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At CTIA, getting more from wireless

RealNetworks scores a deal to bring video to cell phones. Also: Mobility for the working masses. Photos: Wireless networking at CTIA

Industry bigwigs and gadget makers gather at the CTIA Wireless IT and Entertainment show in San Francisco.

Cingular taps Real for mobile video

Deal is a key win for RealNetworks over archrival Microsoft. "This is version 2.0 of the media player battle," an analyst notes.
September 28, 2005
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Palm CEO Ed Colligan, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates and Verizon Wireless CEO Denny Strigl

RealNetworks goes mobile

RealNetworks' CEO talks to CTIA crowd about his company's deals to deliver music, videos and games right to cell phones.
September 28, 2005

Mobility for the working masses

It's only a matter of time before large companies go mobile, but many issues still need to be worked out.
Photos: Wireless networking at CTIA
September 27, 2005

Intel, RIM seal BlackBerry deal

Maker of the handheld device ends months of speculation by committing to the chipmaker's "Hermon" processors.
September 27, 2005

SanDisk stakes its future on TrustedFlash

New cards let consumers move digital video and music among devices without violating copyright protection.
Photos: Musical memory cards
September 27, 2005

Mobile entertainment faces issues

As cell phone operators prepare to roll out music and video services, they'll need to settle some basic business model issues.
September 27, 2005

Making phones more secure

Trusted Computing Group is set to lay out new hardware-based security standards for handsets.
September 27, 2005

Palm does Windows

The handheld maker looks beyond the Palm OS with its first-ever Windows-based smart phone.
Photos: Treo for Windows
September 26, 2005