Wapaka is a WAP micro-browser for the Web (Java applet) that offers a complete access to a WAP application. With Wapaka, you can offer a demo of your WAP services from your Web site, without a single line of programming. Because Wapaka is a browser, and not an emulator, your demo is just the real thing, in real time, it does not reproduce the limitations of specific devices. On the technical side, Wapaka is extremely easy to include, it is a Java applet, and it only requires a few minutes’ work for the Webmaster. For the end-user, Wapaka is transparent and very light (less than 100Kb) and hence is loaded immediately. It is also very fast.
If this is a side effect (or a direct effect) of the XM/Sirius merger, consumers have very little to look forward to. The base price for XM Satellite Radio in Canada seems to be holding steady for the time being, but they’re hiking up the rates from the internet side of things from the current […]