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If You Thought Defining Obscenity was tough Lets Talk about Wireless Security.

“I know it when I see it” is the famous quote of Justice Potter Stewart about obscenity,  But when it comes to Security it’s what you don’t see that can kill you. It’s nice in the movies that the bomb...

The State Ruling on State: Do EU Understand

Today's WSJ has an interesting article"":http://http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704444304575628610624607130.html?mod=WSJ_Tech_LEADTop about the use of cookies. As someone who used to build VoIP services, I want to speak in praise of cookies and particularly their use for stateful things like Presence and Call Control. When...

Catching the Corner of My Eye!

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A Kinder Way to Interpret the Sprint's Numbers

The Wall Street Journal was pretty hard on Sprint as was the Kahuna on CNBC.  However the reality is the losses to the iPhone are proportionately less than Verizon has suffered.  It may be for a few reasons.  First of...

Widget Wonders & Apps Trap

Finally some sense out of someone about the App Store.Today's Journal calls Malcolm Gladwell out on his favorable view of the ability to charge for content thanks to the app store.  Shaw Wu from Kaufman Brothers points out that at...

Out in the Open Oracle

Reading the Wall Street Journal, I saw the Justice Department is extending the review of the Sun acquistion by Oracle.  Ben Worthen, pointed out in the article,  In April, Oracle Chief Executive Larry Ellison called Java "the single most important...