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RealVNC extends remote solution to mobiles

RealVNC extends remote solution to mobiles

Remote control software firm RealVNC is readying a toolkit for developers that will enable applications to remotely control and manage mobile devices anywhere in the world.
Feb 5 2009 3:11PM
Wireless Power Consortium pushes for standard

Wireless Power Consortium pushes for standard

A consortium of eight companies has launched an initiative to develop a wireless power standard aimed at driving development and convenience in electronics charging.
Dec 19 2008 6:18AM
New standard promises HDTV over home networks

New standard promises HDTV over home networks

A new home networking standard promises to link devices over power lines, co-axial cables and telephone wiring at speeds high enough to deliver high-definition video to any room in the house.
Dec 17 2008 6:12AM
Fuel-cell powered devices getting closer to reality

Fuel-cell powered devices getting closer to reality

Fuel cell-powered gear is a step closer now that the US government has removed legislation that would have prevented the development.
Dec 2 2008 6:44AM
Apple releases iPhone update

Apple releases iPhone update

Apple has posted an update for the iPhone and iPod touch. The 2.2 version update adds several features to both devices, as well as a host of security and stability improvements.
Nov 24 2008 6:36AM
Microsoft opts for Windows 7 for next embedded release

Microsoft opts for Windows 7 for next embedded release

Microsoft has confirmed that the next version of Windows Embedded will be built on Windows 7.
Nov 11 2008 6:24AM
Intel to put HSPA in Moorestown

Intel to put HSPA in Moorestown

Intel has revealed that it will be integrating High Speed Packet Access (HSPA) with its new generation of Moorestown mobile products.
Oct 21 2008 2:28PM
Tiny IPv6-ready protocol stack created

Tiny IPv6-ready protocol stack created

Cisco, Atmel and the Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS) have announced that they’ve built one of the smallest IPv6 stacks ever, and have open sourced it for general use.
Oct 16 2008 2:57PM
Newly discovered TCP flaw brings devices to their knees

Newly discovered TCP flaw brings devices to their knees

A Swedish security company announced Wednesday that two of its researchers have discovered a 'generic' flaw in the TCP stack that could result in denial-of-service attacks.
Oct 3 2008 10:35AM
Ultra mobile device use set to soar

Ultra mobile device use set to soar

The number of ultra mobile devices (UMDs) is set to reach 200 million by 2013, with the industry worth around $27bn, according to new research by market analyst ABI Research.
Sep 26 2008 2:20PM
Nvidia unveils Tegra 650 for mobile devices

Nvidia unveils Tegra 650 for mobile devices

Nvidia has unveiled a new line of processors aimed at mobile devices..
Jun 4 2008 1:57PM
Mobile internet devices click with users

Mobile internet devices click with users

The market for mobile internet devices (MIDs) is set to explode over the coming years, according to a panel of analysts at the Intel Developer Forum in Shanghai..
Apr 4 2008 7:18AM
Boffins invent portable T-ray devices

Boffins invent portable T-ray devices

Airport security checks could soon be hassle free after the invention of a scanning device capable of detecting more potentially dangerous materials than today's X-ray machines.

Nov 29 2007 3:37PM
Boffins invent portable T-ray devices

Boffins invent portable T-ray devices

Airport security checks could soon be hassle free after the invention of a scanning device capable of detecting more potentially dangerous materials than today's X-ray machines..
Nov 29 2007 7:17AM
Security vendors target mobile devices

Security vendors target mobile devices

Symantec and McAfee expand mobile security offerings.
Mar 29 2007 1:56PM
TomTom devices infected with virus

TomTom devices infected with virus

A number of recently shipped TomTom satellite navigation devices are infected with malware, the Dutch company said today.
Jan 30 2007 7:30AM
Taxis safest place to lose mobile devices

Taxis safest place to lose mobile devices

A survey of around 2000 taxi drivers from eleven major cities around the world shows thousands of valuable mobile phones, handhelds, laptops and USB Sticks are forgotten in taxis every day.
Dec 12 2006 12:44PM
Users regularly carry redundant wireless devices

Users regularly carry redundant wireless devices

Three-quarters of smartphone owners also carry a PDA.
Nov 10 2006 9:48AM
Portable devices to fuel web video explosion

Portable devices to fuel web video explosion

ABI Research predicts huge growth over the next five years.
Aug 18 2006 10:34AM
PoC trojan a new burden for BlackBerry devices

PoC trojan a new burden for BlackBerry devices

A security researcher has developed a proof-of-concept trojan that could hack into organizations that have BlackBerry servers behind their firewalls.
Aug 9 2006 8:00PM

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