Nokia is working with IBM, Hewlett-Packard (HP) and Nocom to deliver technology that will allow mobile phone users to access a website without having to type in an URL.
The phone giant's 'over-the-air' bookmarking technology is designed for use with wireless application protocol (Wap) enabled phones.
The systems' integrators have agreed to help their customers implement the technology in their websites. Nokia, however, expects to sign other partners in the future.
Bob Brace, Nokia's vice president of channel marketing, said users can activate icons on participating websites using their PCs. The icons send the URLs as bookmarks to the phones using their standard short message service.
"To access websites there are 10 parameters that users have to configure and this is very difficult to do using the little buttons on mobile phones. Over-the-air technology does it for them," said Brace.
Nokia plans to offer the technology to fellow members of the Wap Forum, which includes Motorola, Ericsson and Microsoft.
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