W3C Release SMIL 2.1 as Reccommendation

The World Wide Web Consortium announces the publication of Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL 2.1) as a W3C Recommendation. Thanks to enhancements in SMIL 2.1, W3C is well on the way to making multimedia presentations on mobile devices a reality.

I think this is keeping in line with further reccommendations that are expected for mobile compliant languages including XHTML2 that will maybe include small device definitions.
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