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Mobile Web Best Practices: Call for Implementations

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2006-06-27: Mobile Web Best Practices 1.0 advanced to Candidate Recommendation. Thirty organizations participating in the Mobile Web Initiative achieved consensus and encourage adoption and implementation of the guidelines to improve user experience and to achieve the goal of "One Web." Read the press release and testimonials. (Photo credit: Bert Bos. Permalink) RSS

Last Call: XHTML Modularization 1.1

Geospatial Properties of Web Resources Focus of Incubator Group

Semantic Annotations for WSDL: Working Draft

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Web Services Policy Working Group Meeting, hosted by IBM, Austin, Texas, USA, 12-13 July

Workshop on Implementation of Device Description Repository hosted by Telefónica Investigación y Desarrollo, Madrid, Spain, 12-13 July

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ACCESS is a leading global provider of Internet technologies for the beyond-PC consumer electronics market, including mobile devices, automobile telematics, and digital entertainment electronics. ACCESS emphasizes the end-user experience, promotes the ubiquitous Internet, and actively supports W3C activities.

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