Security firm develops new PDA protection

Tuesday, 24 June 2003, 4:17 PM EST

Security vendor Network Associates (NAI) has unveiled an antivirus application designed to run on forthcoming wireless handheld devices that use Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology.

The company's McAfee VirusScan personal digital assistant (PDA) has been developed for handhelds running Microsoft's new mobile operating system, Windows Mobile 2003.

According to NAI, Dell will be the first company to offer a specially customised version of the antivirus product, with its Axim X5 handheld computer.

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