ALSO NOTED: TCG to develop mobile phone security standards by 2006; RealNetworks to run Cingular's mobile video service; and mu

> TCG to develop mobile phone security standards for next year. Article

> RealNetworks to run Cingular's mobile video service. Release

> Wireless carriers squeezing more from mobile data service users. Article

> Tiny keyboards are the biggest obstacle for wireless device users. Article

> Valista survey finds only 18 percent of US respondents downloaded mobile content in the past week. Release

AOL to add speech and handwriting recognition to mobile devices. Article

> Qualcomm announces 2005 3G A-List Winners. Release

And Finally... Sound-proof booths for cell phone users in public places. Article

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