Popular Linux Articles for 2001
Hewlett-Packard has cancelled three Linux handheld projects with the axing of an Australian research and development lab, according to a source close to the company.
Agenda Computing says its Linux-based handheld, the Agenda VR3, is ready to take on Palm. Maybe not.
Empower Technologies, a start-up in Redmond, Wash., has released a version of the Linux operating system that will run on Palm IIIx, IIIxe and Vx handheld computers.
OSAKA, Japan (Reuters) - Japan's Sharp Corp plans to start selling its Zaurus multimedia personal digital assistants in the U.S. in October and in Europe early next year, marking the[...]
Japan's Sharp plans to start selling its Zaurus multimedia personal digital assistants in the United States in October, and in Europe early next year, marking the global expansion for its[...]
SAN JOSE, Calif.--Seeking to prove it isn't the dinosaur of the handheld market, Sharp Electronics on Monday relaunched the Zaurus in the United States.
During a news conference to announce a new multimedia version of its popular Zaurus line of PDAs, Sharp said the advanced 3G handheld computer will be sold under DoCoMo's brand[...]
Developers will soon get their hands on a new Sharp PDA that uses a Linux (news - web sites) operating system, according to sources. The device, aimed at the business[...]
Playing the underdog is familiar territory for Linux, but now the open-source community prepares to go up against PDA leaders Palm and Microsoft. To make inroads in the market, Linux[...]
In recent months there have been numerous announcements of new Embedded Linux support for PDAs and other handheld personal computing devices. Additionally, a growing number of PDAs (and similar devices)[...]
Japanese electronics maker Sharp will use Lineo's version of Linux in an upcoming handheld computer, a significant victory for the Lindon, Utah, company as it works to push Linux into[...]
The Agenda VR3 is the first PDA to come with Linux, the Open Source operating system geeks love, pre-installed. Originally released in the form of "Developers[...]
Sharp has announced a new PDA for the non-Japan market which features an embedded Linux operating system and a Java application environment. From a hardware perspective, the device is based[...]
Linux is finding another inroad into the computing world besides PCs and servers. In a market report on handheld computers due out by the end of[...]