microbrowser

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microbrowser

A Web browser designed for small display screens on smartphones and other handheld wireless devices. See smartphone and WAP.
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Jayaweera will speak in the "Code for the Road" session entitled, "The Microbrowser Wars" on September 12 from 2:00-3:15 p.
The company makes available WAP-compliant microbrowsers, server-side transcoding and provisioning technology, and core services for the wireless web.
Wireless device manufacturers will now be able to take advantage of the compelling microbrowser functionality of our unique embedded Internet browser, on mobile devices powered by TI's OMAP1510, which we believe is one of the best solutions in the market," stated Toru Arakawa, President and CEO, ACCESS Co.
The company's pure software approach delivers interactive animations, images and streaming video seamlessly through a simple microbrowser plug-in.
announced that it has provided its Compact NetFront(R) microbrowser for Japan's new L-Mode home phone and fax Internet service, which became available from Japan's regional carriers, NTT East Corp.
The new J2ME-enabled Neomar Microbrowser is available immediately in limited release through Neomar directly, and is being demonstrated at JavaOne.
INTACTA has developed prototype microbrowsers for Palm and Pocket PC OS devices, allowing completely secure, compressed wireless transmission of data to hand held devices as well as storage on these devices.
The MobileWare Server supports a broad range of devices equipped with HDML, XML, WML and HTML microbrowsers.
The company's main business is providing voice and text content service for mobile phones featuring WAP-based microbrowsers.
This partnership reinforces our support for the acceleration of open Internet standards by providing a direct and easy solution to accessing the Web without required modifications associated with non-HTML and non-cHTML mobile microbrowsers.
Google automatically converts HTML Web pages into WML, the programming language supported by most mobile phone microbrowsers, to optimize viewing on mobile phones.
Most recently, DoCoMo and AT&T Wireless have announced support for handsets that are equipped with both WAP and cHTML microbrowsers.