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> VeriSign buys Weblogs in a $2.3 million cash deal. Article

> Nokia puts Symantec's security software on its handsets. Article

> TI expands VoCable platform with WLAN capability. Release

> Two million more opt for GSM in India, crossing the 50 million mark. Article

> Samsung and Olufsen release their phone offering. Article

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