Paris, 16 November 2006

W3C announces a public seminar on the technical solutions for the special challenges of mobile Web adoption. The event will be held in central Paris, on Thursday 16 November 2006.

"People could access the Web at all times and in all situations, thanks to mobile devices, but Web sites aren't always ready for the diverse range of devices," explains Philipp Hoschka, Mobile Web Initiative Leader. "W3C's Mobile Web Initiative has already produced concrete results to help developers make their Web sites accessible to mobile devices. This seminar gives a valuable opportunity to discuss those results and state of the art techniques."

W3C's Mobile Web seminar is a public event which will focus on current results produced by W3C's Mobile Web Initiative (MWI). The confirmed speakers include representatives from MWI sponsors such as France Telecom, Jataayu Software, MobileAware, Opera Software, and Vodafone.

This seminar is funded by the Web Beyond 3G (3GWeb) project, financed by the European Commission's FP6 IST programme. Attendance to the seminar is free and and open to the public, but registration is required.

Links:
Mobile Web Seminar: http://www.w3.org/2006/11/mwi-seminar.html
Registration: http://www.w3.org/2002/09/wbs/1/mwiparis/

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