Popular Linux Articles for 2003
Ian Giblin is a senior contributing editor to bargainPDA for all things Linux. In this latest review Ian brings an in depth look at the YOPY YP-3700, Ian informs[...]
The Zaurus SL-C760 uses a clamshell design with a VGA color screen on one side and a keyboard on the other. Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief found it to be packed with[...]
The new Zaurus SL-C750 from Sharp is a versatile, linux-based PDA incorporating an XScale (PXA255) CPU at 400 MHz. I admit that the other PDA designs have come a long[...]
The Sharp Zaurus SL-C750 is a PDA that offers:Portrait or landscape mode where the screen resolution is 640x480 SecureDigital slot + CompactFlash slot Clamshell design with a rotating[...]
Sharp has officially announced the Zaurus SL-6000 series. This will include three models, two of which will have built-in Wi-Fi and one with Bluetooth. All will have a built-in keyboard[...]
Reportedly, Sharp's next Zaurus will have a VGA screen and Wi-Fi, plus Bluetooth and an integrated keyboard. It is expected to be released in the U.S. early next year.
Sharp is preparing to release in Japan a new model in its Zaurus line. Aside from some software changes, the SL-C860 will be almost identical to the other clamshell Zaurus[...]
Nearly a month ago rumors surfaced about Sharp's latest Zaurus. This unit designed for corporate users features integrated WiFi, 4" VGA display (640 x 480 pixels), Compact Flash slot, QWERTY[...]
A German company is going to introduce this week a new wireless handheld that runs Linux and includes a GPS receiver, Bluetooth, a lot more.
Dynamism is now offering the Zaurus SL-C750 and Zaurus SL-C760, which have VGA screens, 400 MHz processors, and run a version of the Linux operating system.
The Yopy 3700 from G.Mate runs a version of Linux and includes an integrated keyboard and a color screen.
The Zaurus User Group has posted a brief article by offroadgeek, showing pictures of a prototype SL-6000 with suggestions that the real device will ship in January 2004. This Zaurus[...]
The Stinger is an alternative stylus, which fits onto the end of your finger and is held in place using a little plastic belt. It is apparently compatible with any[...]
Dell is offering a 10% discount off the cost of the Axim X5 line, the Zaurus SL-5600 is now in stores, SoftMaker is giving away thousands of copies of its[...]
There is a ROM update for the Dell Axim X5; Sony has a new driver for its Wi-Fi card; the FX100 flexible keyboard is now available for the Zaurus, Blackberry,[...]
Several recently announced models from Sony and Palm are now available, there is good news for those wanting to use CF peripherals with Zaurus handhelds, HP’s financial results have been[...]
Jack the Uni-Psychle is the first release from Discord Studios. It is a sideways scrolling platform game in the style of such classics as Sonic the Hedgehog and the Mario[...]
Motorola has passed over the Palm OS, Symbian, and Microsoft's various offerings in favor of using Linux in a new multimedia smartphone coming out later this year.
As soon as your data goes digital it becomes trivially easy to copy and trivially easy to encrypt - if your software allows it. I personally think that encryption should[...]
ZSafe and Passkeyper A short while ago in Part I of this article I explained how important I think encryption is (I think it's pretty important). I reviewed SafeDee[...]