See Full Story
A group of major technology players has announced an initiative to get a top-level domain (TLD) -- such as .com, .net and .org -- specifically for mobile sites to bridge the Internet and mobile worlds. Microsoft, Nokia, Vodafone, HP, Orange, Samsung, Sun and the GSM Association are applying for the mobile domain from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), claiming it would streamline deployment of new Internet sites and services optimized for mobile users.
How about Mobile Wide Web?
Instead of www.whatever.com do mww.whatever.com????? Or, even www.whatever.mww
You could use the existing infrastructure for mww.whatever.com and companies just make sure their mww.whatever.com host points to the mobile content.... save a ton of money and reengineering costs.