WML vs. XHTML
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? And it
would be interesting to know how Phone.com (formerly "Unwired Planet") has
responded to that article (if indeed they have responded) ...
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