Jelks Cabaniss jelks at jelks.nu
Mon Nov 8 05:38:11 GMT 1999

Ann Navarro wrote:

> >Too bad they'll never read [x]HTML pages.
> Never? Right now, the service provides select information proxied through a
> customized service. SprintPCS hasn't yet enabled all that can be done with
> these phones. ...

> That said, the producers of the Sprint mini-browser, phone.com, are on the
> W3C HTML WG, and are very interested in providing broad access to Web
> content, including XHTML. ...

With current generation WAP-enabled phones?

> "Never" isn't a word that's very applicable in this situation.

What do *you* think of Rohit Khare's comments about the WAP Forum?[1]  And it
would be interesting to know how Phone.com (formerly "Unwired Planet") has
responded to that article (if indeed they have responded) ...


[1] http://www.4k-associates.com/IEEE-L7-WAP-BIG.html

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