HDML


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HDML

(Handheld Device Markup Language) A specialized version of HTML designed to enable wireless pagers, cellphones and other handheld devices to obtain information from Web pages. HDML was developed by Phone.com (now Openwave Systems) before the WAP specification was standardized. It is a subset of WAP with some features that were not included in WAP. AT&T Wireless launched the first HDML-based service in 1996. See WAP.
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HDML was originally intended for various types of mobile computing devices, including phones.
Unwired Planet also worked with Ericsson, Motorola, and Nokia to develop the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP), which is designed to work with HDML to enable delivery of Internet and intranet content and applications to wireless
whereby HDML acquired control of 2spot and HDML's management is soon to be replaced by 2Spot's management.
Pursuant to the agreement HDML shall acquire control of 2Spot Ltd.
HDML produces simple and terse Web pages that can be economically transmitted by CDPD modems.