There's a Treo angle near the middle of the article:

"The phone [Treo 650] works with BlueTooth -- making possible wireless hands-free headsets and the ability to swap information with a desktop computer without plugging in. Sprint armored it in ways often suggested by experts. For example the BlueTooth function is supposed to "authenticate" any device that wants to talk with the phone. So, if someone in a subway wanted to tap into the traveling database stored in your Treo, they'd get in only if they already showed up on an electronic guest list."

Virus Dangers Lurk if Cell Phones Get Too Smart
By Scott Canon, The Kansas City Star
12/27/04 3:16 PM PT