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Mobility is probably the most important ongoing revolution in the information society of today. The outstanding achievements made in computing and networking during the last decades (which have been available using personal computers at homes and workplaces) are progressively permeating all aspects of life thanks to the plethora of mobile devices at the disposal of the users, including netbooks, PDAs and smartphones. These are also increasingly intelligent and powerful, allowing for rich user interfaces and complex operations and software. On the other hand, the advance of the Internet has given birth to a converged Web which offers a myriad of different services just with a couple of clicks. However, in order to lower the barriers for accessing these services, a platform for ubiquitous service delivery and management is still required, and a viable alternative is presented along this work.