On Wed, 9 Nov 2005, William Volk wrote:
> 1. Is there an equivalent of a "SMS Shortcode"? A short address used to
> access a service.
Not really, no. There are various "web number" things, but nothing that is
a standard or is officially supported by a carrier.
Most people just buy a short domain name. Putting in URLs isn't all that
hard. Or there's always QR-code.
> 2. Can I push the address of a i-mode page (C-HTML) in a message?
If you put an HTTP link in an e-mail message, virtually all phones will
highlight it and allow you to click it to bring up the browser and load
> A DoJa application?
DoJa applications can send the user to specific links using the web
> 3. Can location (GPS) information be determined by a server receiving a
> message? By a C-HTML server? Or is that limited only to a DoJa applet.
Well, given that there's only one DoJa phone out there that even does
GPS, you might not want to bother finding out. :-)
Curt Sampson <cjs_at_cynic.net> +81 90 7737 2974
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Received on Thu Nov 10 09:29:51 2005