McAuliffe, Wendy
May 2003
New Media Age;5/01/2003, p9
Trade Publication
Presents an update on Internet, interactive, wireless media technologies. Surveillance camera being developed by Nokia for mobile phones; Virtual identity software being developed by Sun Microsystems; Wireless fidelity coverage to be launched in West End, London, England.


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