yes, big issue, japan vs europe.
my understanding - from a distance - is that a lot of the more recent
phones support WAP bookmarks being sent by sms (wap push maybe). this is
how people are selling java games. you pay for a premium sms and get
back a 'bookmark' (which is basically a clickable link) to go DL the game.
it seems like a non-standard thing tho, supported phone by phone, and
you never know what phone you are sending to. with MMS there is a back
and forth device-caps discovery loop.
Can anyone recommend a list like keitai-L for European Qs like this?
(hey, and i guess there are at least 5 ppl in the US who have sent an
SMS now too)
> Is it possible to connect to a mobile internet page from an SMS
> understanding is that one cannot connect to a mobile internet home
> simply clicking on a URL that is inside an SMS. Will this change in the
> near future with improved versions of SMS or MMS? Or is there a way to
> modify next generation European phones so that a URL can be transferred
> from an SMS message to a browser? For those with development proposals,
> please contact me off line.
> Jeff Funk
> This mail was sent to address dc_at_gamelet.com
> Need archives? How to unsubscribe? http://www.appelsiini.net/keitai-l/
david 'dc' collier
Received on Thu May 8 06:54:02 2003