Bell introduces ultra-thin mobile phone

Bell introduces SPH-m610 features stereo sound and big colour screen
Bell Canada announced the exclusive availability of Samsung’s SPH-m610 multimedia mobile phone.

Available from Bell, Samsung’s m610 has features such as a two megapixel camera with zoom lens, MP3 player, video camcorder and Bluetooth wireless technology capabilities.

Measuring 11.94 mm thick, the Samsung m610 includes:

  • A colour-saturated, 5.6 cm TFT display with 240 x 320 resolution
  • Stereo Bluetooth
  • Expandable memory Micro SD Slot that holds up to 2 GB of memory

For more details on Bell Mobility wireless devices, please visit

TenXc debuts AWS/UMTS spectral enhancement solution

TenXc Wireless Inc. announced its Wideband Bi-Sector Array for Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) and UMTS 2100 licensed operators. This addition to its Bi-Sector Array series for enhanced site capacity, the Wideband Bi-Sector Array improves spectral capacity to deliver current and advanced multimedia services.

The Wideband Bi-Sector Array can be deployed in existing PCS 1900MHz and DCS 1800MHz network sites to optimize current service revenue growth and ease 3G network technology deployment. With a compact radome design the equivalent of two broadband sector antennas in one single 16″ (40cm) -wide package the Wideband Bi-Sector Array provides maximum zoning flexibility.

The Bi-Sector Array’s unique asymmetric patterns and single dual-sector panel delivers maximum capacity performance. In addition, its ‘drop and insert’ RF design maps to standard; sector coverage enabling hotspot deployment in existing networks without re-engineering surrounding sites.

TenXc Wireless will be showcasing its Wideband Bi-Sector Array at CTIA Wireless 2007, Booth #3925, March 27-29th, in Orlando, Florida

Elcomsoft removes password encryption from PDF file
ElcomSoft Co. Ltd. has released an Enterprise version of Advanced PDF Password Recovery software. This program removes both password encryption and usage restrictions from Adobe Acrobat PDF files. APDFPR Enterprise comes with support of all Adobe Acrobat versions (up to 8.0), including those that use AES encryption, and guaranteed recovery of PDF files with 40-bit encryption using “time-memory trade-off” technology.

ElcomSoft has revised version 3.0 of all three editions of its Advanced PDF Password Recovery software (Enterprise, Professional, and Standard) to allow the recovery of passwords for these documents. This software package handles both owner and user passwords used to protect PDF documents.

APDFPR is also a computer forensics tool that could be used by law enforcement, military and intelligence agencies to open secure documents. PDF documents protected with access restriction passwords can be decrypted, allowing full access to the document.

In APDFPR Enterprise, ElcomSoft has introduced a “rainbow attack” subsystem — it is shipped with a DVD that contains special pre-computed hash tables that will allow you to decrypt most (an estimated 99.6 percent) PDF files in minutes instead of days.

Advanced PDF Password Recovery Enterprise costs US$999 for a single-user licence and includes express delivery worldwide. Professional and Standard versions, with reduced feature sets, are available at affordable prices. The program runs under Windows 95/98/Me/NT4/2000/XP/2003/Vista. For more information, please visit

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