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Google has launched the software development kit for the next version of Android, and there are some impressive new features due in 'Donut.'
A security researcher has announced an open-source distributed computing project which aims to generate a rainbow table for the A5/1 algorithm used in mobile 'phones.
Nokia has filed a complaint with the European Commission over licence fees being extracted by GSM patent holder IPCom, which it claims are unfair.
The A5/1 encryption algorithm used in GSM mobile phone transmissions can be broken in under thirty minutes with £500 worth of hardware. Time to worry?
If you've got an interest in the iPhone (at least in the States), you had better have an AT&T or Cingular service plan - for the next five years.
Sony Ericsson has announced the feature-rich successor to the P900, dubbed the P990. It has everything you could want in a phone, and more. Click for details.
Thought the "Old Phone" ringtone on your T610 was cool? How about a real-life Old Phone? Spark Fun Electronics will oblige.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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