wireless application protocol


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wireless application protocol

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(Computer Science) a global application that enables mobile-phone users to access the internet and other information services. Usually abbreviated to: WAP
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New Delhi [India], Sept 7 ( ANI ): Experts at Kaspersky Lab experts uncovered a mobile malware 'Xafecopy Trojan' targeting the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) billing payment method, stealing money through victims' mobile accounts without their knowledge, disguised as useful apps like BatteryMaster.
The topics include wireless application protocol, wireless markup language and its script and standard libraries, ColdFusion, and Microsoft Embedded Visual Tools.
Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) is a leading global standard for delivering information over wireless devices.
The MDA expects WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) traffic to reach a billion impressions by the end of 2004.
Wireless Application Protocol and Wireless Markup Language refer to a markup language based on XML that is intended for use in specifying content and user interface for narrow band devices, including cellular phones and pagers.
MSN works with more than 60 mobile operators in 25 countries to deliver a range of MSN Mobile experiences and solutions, including broad short message service (SMS) and Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) services, rich client solutions for feature phones, and advanced experiences with Pocket MSN on Windows Mobile-based devices.
Under the deal, Scancom would implement GSM networking technologies including Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) and Multimedia Messaging Service functionality (MMS) over the African continent's first EDGE-capable network.
Their wireless application protocol (WAP) based services have failed to make an impact.
It is therefore possible for clients to use handheld devices (such as palmtops or cellular phones via a WAP, or wireless application protocol interface) in order to access TDBS without any limitation in quality, speed or number of offered features.
A Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) 1.2.1 browser provides mobile Internet access.
Mealtime lets consumers manage their daily meals either over the Web or a wireless application protocol (WAP) cell phone.
Despite a significant increase in the number of people using wireless application protocol (WAP) phones (which allow mobile internet connection) there is still a great deal of confusion about the technol ogy.

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