Next virus threat: wireless phones

Monday, 14 February 2005, 1:19 PM EST

Two Silicon Valley companies have teamed up to tackle a problem that they see coming: virus attacks on wireless phones and other Web-enabled devices.

McAfee, the Santa Clara company known for its anti-virus software, and InnoPath Software, a San Jose company pitching over-the-air software for mobile devices, will announce a partnership today that is expected to lead to instant anti-virus software updates over a wireless phone.

By Sam Diaz at Kentucky.com

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