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A good way to start off your week is by checking out the links to mobile articles in the Carnival of the Mobilists. Carnival #89 is hosted this week by WAP Review and includes articles related to new products and technologies, the Apple iPhone, business topics, and how mobilility is being used in society. I particularly enjoyed the selected Post of the Week detailing the new N-Gage platform since I was still looking for some new N-Gage hardware until I finally took the time to understand that N-Gage is no longer a device, but a platform that runs on new Nokia devices that serve many other purposes. Next week, I'll be hosting the Carnival right here on the Mobile Gadgeteer so stay tuned for that as well.
When the Wireless Applications Protocol (WAP) was introduced in 1997 by Unwired Planet (now Openwave), Ericsson, Motorola, and Nokia, it was expected that millions of users would soon surf the Internet wirelessly from millions of mobile phones. The visionaries were only half right.
Is WAP the only feature that differentiates the Nokia 3330 and 3310? Find out in our review of the latest WAP phone from Nokia
AOL Time Warner has hired a new big gun to head up Netscape, and fired the first shot in the US WAP browser wars in a deal with Nokia to develop a WAP browser.
Nokia has launched a range of software products to provide secure WAP services for corporates.
Kylix SMS ActiveX is a powerful SMS component that gives your applications the capabilities to communicate with GSM mobile phones or...
SAS, in an agreement with Nokia, will be providing developers using its AppDev Studio solution a quick access to Nokia's WAP server to test our wireless applications.
Kylix SMS.NET Component supports sending and receiving Unicode SMS, WAP Push, Smart SMS, vCard and vCalendar with full Unicode support...
Ericsson, Nokia and Motorola announce plans for WAP standards
Apple product managers have told British monthly Macworld UK that Mac users can expect mobile-phone links with their portable systems, iBook-like design elements for the PowerBook, third-party Bluetooth add-ons and a WAP-compatible FileMaker plug-in. Apple Europe Senior Manager of Mobile Products Willem Poterman said Apple has been working with mobile-phone giants Nokia and Ericsson for a year and predicted the first products will ship in April.
Motorola sets the scene for WAP partnerships and announces three content deals
Before Nokia gets a grip on supply problems with the 7110, it announces three new siblings
Got a WAP phone? Tend to stick to the sites you were given? Nokia is promising change
Should result in wider range of Web content on dog and bone
Nokia releases development framework for WAP software, and starts shipping handsets.
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