If you were there in the early days of WAP and miss the initial experiences of WAP 1 development, you probably need a doctor. If the doctor can’t do anything, you have a chance to expose all your feelings to the community and get a nice post by James.
So make sure you take out all your inner feelings about WAP 1, why you loved it and why you miss it, answer the call: Calling the mobile old-school!
My friends at DADA pinged me to share this breaking news, DADA and Sony BMG are partnering in the US and making a new company called DADA Entertainment.
I hope this is a sign that media companies have understood that they can’t keep just selling CD’s. This seems to me like when in the early eighties people thought that TV and VCR would have killed the radio. Then 5-10 years ago many said that internet and free information would have killed the newspapers.
Guess what? All of these media are still around and the winning move is, of course, to put one foot in each media and get the best from every platform!
Full PR on DADA’s company site, SONY BMG Music Entertainment and DADA form joint venture to create a leading U.S. direct-to-consumer digital and mobile entertainment service
I just received the devCentral newsletter (sorry, no web version that I could find) from Cingular.
I read the annoucement of an agreement between the two companies that will allow authors to develop their sites using XDIME and Cingular will provide the gateway from Volantis to adapt the content to any mobile device. This is BIG news!
I am really looking forward to test the new WAP advantage (free subscription is required to read the news) solution by Cingular.