Two interesting pieces of news today for mobile phone addicts.
Firstly: "Mobile phone users are to get access to television channels including Sky News, CNN, Cartoon Network and Discovery as part of a long-awaited British trial of handsets fitted with digital TV receivers". (source: the Guardian ).
Secondly: Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web and director of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), announced the Mobile Web Initiative (MWI) in Japan.
"Mobile access to the Web has been a second class experience for far too long," he explained. "MWI recognizes the mobile device as a first class participant, and will produce materials to help developers make the mobile Web experience worthwhile." Source: webpronews
Primum mobile :).
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