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WAP 2 addresses the concerns of the majority of WAP critics while maintaining backward compatibility. Although still much is unique to the wireless Web, it is now possible with WML 2 to write wireless content that can also be directly displayed by Web browsers. It is likely that other wireless Web standards will follow a similar evolutionary path—in fact, I-Mode has already announced that it will migrate its cHTML markup language to XHTML Basic. It remains to be seen whether this "move to the center" will help WAP in its quest to be the worldwide wireless Web standard.

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