Cloudmark Goes After SMS Exploits
The carrier-grade mobile messaging security system provides content filtering, reputation data, and monitoring of text and multimedia messages.
BlackBerry Getting VoIP From Agito
The company's Mobility Router will enable businesses with a BlackBerry deployment to use VoIP over Wi-Fi, as well as extend the PBX and unified communications to the handset.
AT&T Beefs Up Wi-Fi Support For iPhone
A side benefit of the 3.0 software lets iPhone users seamlessly switch from 3G networks to AT&T's Wi-Fi hotspots without going through a cumbersome log-in process.
How Secure Are SIP Trunks?
The basic issue seems to be that a SIP trunk is an IP connection, and any IP connection can be sniffed pretty easily.
U.S. Gov't Asked Twitter For Help with Iran
A State Department official asked Twitter to postpone scheduled downtime to keep a channel open for Iranians protesting the country's contested election, according to the NY Times.
iPhone Getting DataViz's Documents To Go
The software enables iPhone and iPod Touch users to view and edit Word files on the go, and it can also help synch files between the handset and a desktop computer.
iPhone Fans Angry With AT&T
AT&T is taking heat for delaying support for the fancy features, like multimedia messaging, tethering, and a boost in speed, in the Apple iPhone 3G S.
Nokia Starts Shipping N97
Nokia's flagship handset is already shipping in more than 75 countries but it will be facing stiff competition from popular handsets by Apple, Palm, HTC, and others.
Verizon Updates BlackBerry Storm
The over-the-air update doesn't add many new features, but it fixes multiple software and user interface issues with the touch-screen Storm.