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WiderWeb adds Zero Latency Content Filtering to Open Web Browsing
21st December 2006

WiderWeb announces general availability of their Zero Latency Content Filtering module for WiderWeb Mobile, thus providing content filtering from within the page adaptation process. This enables checks on sub-page components such as included JavaScript files and iFrames as well as the original page requested and handled in parallel to the adaptation process itself.
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WiderWeb enhances Mobile Web usability with Sheffield Hallam University
24th November 2006

WiderWeb has announced a collaboration with the Culture, Communication and Computing Research Institute at Sheffield Hallam University to analyse and optimize the mobile web user experience.
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WiderWeb joins IWF to combat illegal online content
8th November 2006

WiderWeb has become a member of the Internet Watch Foundation, working with industry, Government, police and the public to help combat illegal online content.
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2005 Archive

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WiderWeb Accessibility shortlisted for New Statesman New Media Awards 2005
15th June 2005

The New Statesman, a leading British political magazine announces the shortlisting of WiderWeb in their New Media Awards in the category of Accessibility. "Society has always been promised a great deal by the digital revolution," says John Kampfner, editor of the New Statesman. " The 2005 New Media Awards will highlight the projects that have really delivered on that promise."

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WiderWeb Mobile launched
16th May 2005

WiderWeb Mobile is now available! WiderWeb Mobile is our tailored solution for enabling access to existing web sites from modern mobile phones. While using the session and page handling techniques common to all WiderWeb products the Mobile edition outputs compliant XHTML/MP (Mobile Profile) pages designed specifically for WAP 2.0 compliant browsers. The solution also has the advantages of support web sessions across bearer networks (eq. so you can continue browsing while switching from GPRS to 3G) and maximises download speeds by removing all unnecessary code to reduce page size.

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Eversheds goes live with WiderWeb Accessibility
16th March 2005

Eversheds, one of the worlds leading law firms has adopted WiderWeb Accessibility to ensure DDA compliance for Eversheds corporate sites across Europe.

Please see http://www.eversheds.com/ for the company site.

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Amstrad goes live with WiderWeb BrowserReach
4th March 2005

Amstrad, a leading UK developer of consumer electronics equipment has gone live with a Widerweb BrowserReach service. This has been designed and deployed to aid Amstrad eMailer devices to access current web sites, simplifying pages and speeding up the browsing experience.

Over 500,000 eMailer systems have been sold to date, they are the most widely used Internet email devices across the UK. For further information see http://www.amstrad.com/emailer_plus.html

2004 Archive

Article
Out-Law.com
20th October 2004

Article on WiderWeb Accessibility: http://www.out-law.com/php/page.php?page_id=webaccessibilityon1098275463&area=news

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Charles Arthur blog, columnist in The Independant
18th October 2004

Commenting on WiderWeb Accessibility: http://www.charlesarthur.com/blog/index.php?p=178

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The Register
18th October 2004

Article on WiderWeb Accessibility: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2004/10/18/access_all_areas/

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DTI Research & Development Grant awarded to Moore Innovations Ltd
1st March 2004

WiderWeb are delighted to be awarded a development grant by the DTI for our pioneering work in web site enhancement for disabilities. The award covers 12 months of project development leading to commercial launch of our Accessibility solution.