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Groups to trade info on mobile Web standards

W3C and OMA to exchange technical information on mobile Web standards in "formal working relationship."

The W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) and the OMA (Open Mobile Alliance) signed a memorandum of understanding to encourage the exchange of technical information and member contributions related to mobile Web standards.

The standards bodies' "formal working relationship," established in April and announced Thursday, will link the standardization efforts of the OMA's 350 member companies with those of nearly 400 W3C member groups. The W3C has geared several of its own projects, such as SVGt (Scalable Vector Graphics Tiny), to the mobile market.