Mobile Operators Bond Together for Mobile Apps
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Jul 1, 2008, 7:52 AM by Eric M. Zeman
A number of mobile network operators, including 3 Group, AT&T, T-Mobile, Telenor, Telefonica, Telecom Italia and Vodafone, have announced a new initiative to help speed the development of mobile applications across multiple platforms. The new entity will be called Bondi. They will create a secure web services interface that can be used by all web developers across multiple device platforms. The goal is to make sure developers have access to all the features on mass market handsets and have a simpler way to reach them with their applications. Bondi falls under the umbrage of the Open Mobile Terminal Platform organization.
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why not Verizon?