Popular Linux Articles for 2005
The new Zaurus SL-C3000 from Sharp is a linux-based PDA incorporating an Intel XScale PXA270 CPU at 416 MHz. It has a 640 by 480 pixel screen and is physically[...]
Unication was showing off a Linux OS PDA at Computex Taipei that had some very interesting features. Built-in VoIP phone capabilities (via 802.11b), an FM radio transmitter (for broadcasting[...]
Oswin Technology intends to release versions of its latest smartphone running not only the Palm OS and Pocket PC, but also Linux, MXI, and Windows CE.
There is strong evidence that Palm is preparing to release at some point in the future a new generation of models based on Palm OS for Linux.
Last fall, Sharp introduced the Zaurus SL-C3000, which was one of the very first handhelds to have a built-in hard drive. Now, the company has announced a slightly updated version[...]
Sharp has had some of the most innovative PDA designs in the world, but unless US buyers use the grey market, their Linux-based devices can't be found here. Last year[...]
Last fall, Sharp released a Zaurus model with a built-in hard drive. Today, this company has announced a version of this handheld without the microdrive.
A European market research and consulting firm says that Nokia might be considering dropping the Symbian OS in favor of Linux.
Nokia has announced plans to release this fall a Linux-based device dedicated to accessing the Internet.
Nokia is now shipping its Linux-based 770 Internet Tablet in Europe, and it will be available in the United States next week.
The Sharp Zaurus line gets an update refresh with the release off the SL-C3100, an update to the SL-C3000 (Zaurus SL-C3000 Review) that has a built-in 4GB hard drive (aka,[...]
PalmSource has completed its purchase of the Chinese mobile phone software company that will help it create Palm OS for Linux.
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PalmSource has become a founding member of a group that has come together to accelerate the adoption of Linux in fixed, mobile, and converged devices.
Report: Palm planning buyback of PalmSource T-Mobile to get HTC Tornado in October Palm Inc lists Linux jobs
Archos is well known for their audio and video products, but their new Pocket Media Assistant PMA400 goes beyond the standard media recording and playing that would be expected. The[...]
The company responsible for developing the Palm OS has joined a global consortium dedicated to accelerating the adoption of Linux.
At its U.S. Developers Conference, PalmSource will release the latest information on Palm OS for Linux, Palm OS Cobalt, and show off the latest handhelds and smartphones from its licensees.
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