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Short Take: Wireless companies urge global standard

Handheld Device Markup Language received the endorsement of four wireless telecommunications companies following its submission to the World Wide Web Consortium. AT&T Wireless, Rogers Cantel, Swedish Telia Telecom, and Telecom New Zealand urged the commission to accept HDML, developed by Unwired Planet as a global standard.

Handheld Device Markup Language received the endorsement of four wireless telecommunications companies following its submission to the World Wide Web Consortium. AT&T Wireless, Rogers Cantel, Swedish Telia Telecom, and Telecom New Zealand urged the commission to accept HDML, developed by Unwired Planet as a global standard.