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  • October 24, 2005 24 Oct'05

    Bailiffs adopt mobile devices to boost service and transparency

    Debt collection firm Bristow & Sutor has equipped 200 of its bailiffs with mobile devices to make its work more transparent to the councils it works for.

  • October 24, 2005 24 Oct'05

    Initiative aims to put Linux on handsets

    Open Source Development Labs is working on an initiative to address demand for Linux on mobile devices.

  • October 24, 2005 24 Oct'05

    Waiting for the WiMax wireless revolution

    WiMax promises to reduce costs and extend the range of mobile internet access. But with many obstacles still to overcome, it will not be viable for business just yet .

  • October 24, 2005 24 Oct'05

    E-business projects to drive spending growth

    E-commerce projects are set to drive UK IT departments' spending growth in 2005-2006, according the latest Computer Weekly IT Expenditure Survey, produced by Kew Associates.

  • October 24, 2005 24 Oct'05

    Civil servants may block release of ID card review

    Civil servants have signalled their intention to stop a government minister publishing Gateway reviews of work carried out so far on the ID cards project.

  • October 24, 2005 24 Oct'05

    RIM could face US Blackberry bar

    Research In Motion is facing the possibility of an injunction that would bar it from selling its Blackberry mobile devices in the US, after losing a legal battle to suspend a patent lawsuit brought against it.

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