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Reference, Technical and Other Information

List of publishers of reference, technical, dictionary, phone listings and other information that provide mobile content. Use the mobile Web addresses on your cellphone.

  • Dictionary.com Wireless – Definitions and language translations. Mobile Web: http://dictionary.com/wml or http://www.dictionary.com/hdml
  • FWME.com – Encyclopedia, dictionary, and thesaurus. Mobile Web: http://fwme.com/wml/encyclopedia
  • JiWire WiFi Hotspot Finder – Wi-Fi hot-spot locator. Lists 100,000+ hot-spots in 100+ countries. Mobile Web: http://wap.jiwire.com/
  • Language to Language – Multilingual translation dictionary. Mobile Web: http://wap.langtolang.com/
  • SuperPages On the Go – With a Verizon Wireless phone, search business and residential US phone listings.
  • TellMe – TellMe mobile is a free Java application for finding U.S. directory assistance (411) information via a voice activated menu or SMS.
  • Vocel – Prepare for the new SAT any place, any time with The Princeton Review Prep for the SAT. Mobile Diary for Clinical Trials.
  • Webopedia – Dictionary for computer, Internet and technology terms. Mobile Web: http://wap.webopedia.com/

Note – There are two markup languages used to design mobile Web pages and referenced above. Your mobile phone browser may or may not support them:

  • HDML (Handheld Device Markup Language) – is Openwave's proprietary Web markup language. HDML pages can only be viewed on Web-enabled mobile phones that use an Openwave browser. HDML was developed before WAP. It uses Openwave's Handheld Device Transport Protocol (HDTP) instead of WAP.
  • WML (Wireless Markup Language) – is an open Web markup language developed by Openwave and based on HDML. WML pages can be viewed on any mobile device that supports WAP. WML is supported by almost every mobile phone browser around the world.

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