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(keitai-l) Re: Pain in downloading applications. How UIs are weak and they are killing innovation...

From: Giovanni Bertani <giovanni.bertani_at_exsense.com>
Date: 06/09/04
Message-Id: <A7A7B3CC-B9EF-11D8-92E5-000A95DA29F0_at_exsense.com>
Hi Nick
There is no standard "remote control" software on the market today. 
iTunes is AAC
(An open format they are pushing a lot) and MP3 instead of proprietary 
WMA
or Sony last proprietary codec.

So I do not see where is the problem. You also get an open API to 
extend the
software functionalities.

Giovanni


Il giorno 08/giu/04, alle 23:16, Ken Chang ha scritto:

> simple.
> limit the JAR file to no more than 10 KB ~ 30 KB,
> a web page to no more than 5 KB ~ 20 KB,
> a message to no more than 500 bytes,
> ...
> that's what DoCoMo is doing in Japan today.

[ excessive quoting removed by moderator ]
Received on Wed Jun 9 11:31:10 2004