ALSO NOTED: Enterprise wireless spending to triple by 2008; Orative releases BREW client software; and much more...

> Metric: Enterprise wireless spending to triple by 2008. Release

> Orative releases client software for mobile phones powered by QUALCOMM's BREW platform. Release

> A pair of UK companies have joined to offer a wireless system that will allow managers to monitor food safety procedures via the Internet. Article

> What's in a name? Dwango becomes Dijji. Article

And Finally... Wireless tracking device foils New Jersey designer clothing theft. Article

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