Entitled 'The Mobile Web revisited', the 8 October 07 Mobile Monday event was hosted by the W3C Mobile Web Initiative, with support from the European IST project 3GWeb.

Through a series of talks and demos, the event explored the current state of the Mobile Web. Things have changed over the past year, with the standards for mobile maturing, real business models emerging, and not least a passionate debate about the role and place of transcoding and adaptation in helping mobile users enjoy an experience of Web sites that were not designed with mobile in mind.

Philipp Hoschka, Deputy Director of the W3C, as one of the speakers, presented on how the standards landscape has developed to support people who wish to present a customized mobile user experience.

Links:
http://mobilemonday.org.uk/
http://www.w3.org/Mobile
http://www.w3.org/2006/3GWeb/

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