kugle- at us.ibm.com wrote:
They also have an interesting compact XML encoding:
" This specification defines a compact binary representation of the
Extensible Markup Language [XML].
>> I just looked around on the web and found some interesting
> the next generation of mobile phones.
>> A telephone industry consortium has defined a new protocol called the
> Wireless Application Protocol (WAP).
>> Their web site is at:
>>http://www.wapforum.org/>> Nokia and Ericsson have started showing prototypes for WAP devices,
> are expected to hit the market sometime next year. They will look
> hybrid between current phones and Palm Pilots.
>> You can read an article about Nokia's WAP box in this month's issue
>> If you look up the following link on the web, you will find a picture
> Ericsson version.
>>http://www.ericsson.se/pressroom/r380-o.html>> This might be yet another protocol that we should take a look at for
> Notification delivery.
>> Carl-Uno Manros
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