"Hansol M.Com, a mobile phone operator, and Namo Interactive, a Web editing tool maker, yesterday signed an agreement to develop a Web editor for mobile phones.
"The new Web editor will allow users to create and edit their homepages on the go, a solution designed for the convergence of wireless and fixed-line Internet systems.
``Up until recently, users have to struggle with a variety of languages such as HTML, HDML and WML, which renders the e-business solution development unwieldy,'' a Hansol spokesman said.
"But the new Web editor will integrate the different standards to fit the rising demand of Web surfers who want to manage their homepages, anywhere, anytime, he noted.
"The alliance between Hansol M.Com and Namo Interactive will lead to other related solutions and a wider usage of mobile Internet and e- commerce programming, he added.
"Hansol plans to integrate the Internet languages in the domestic market in concert with Namo, while pushing for the development of a next generation language called ``XML (extensible markup language).
"Meanwhile, Namo is eyeing the mobile-oriented Web editor market both at home and abroad, in the expectation that online Web editing will explode in the near future.
"The new Web editor will be unveiled in mid-February and Hansol subscribers will be allowed to download the program off their Internet homepage (www.hansolm.com) for free.