LinuxDevices.com: Embedded Linux Weekly Newsletter for August 10, 2000Aug 10, 2000, 17:49 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Rick Lehrbaum)
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"Fact sheet (& photos): IBM Linux wrist watch prototype -- IBM Research announced that the company has extended the reach of Linux to a device small enough to fit on your wrist. The Linux-based wrist watch prototype is intended to showcase IBM's commitment to Linux -- making Linux scaleable in both directions -- and also to assert IBM's leadership in the open source and open standards movements."
"An interview with IBM's Linux Wrist Watch project leader -- Rick Lehrbaum spoke with Alex Morrow, "IBM Fellow" at IBM's TJ Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, New York, and project leader of the IBM Linux Wrist Watch project, to learn about the project's overall mission and goals, and also to gather technical specifics about the device itself, from a hardware, software, and systems design perspective."
"CompactPCI VoIP board supports Linux hot-swap -- AudioCodes has introduced full hot-swap capabilities for its model TP-400 CompactPCI VoIP communication processor under Linux and several other operating systems."
"Running Linux on low cost, low power, MMU-less processors -- this whitepaper briefly describes some of the technical issues associated with small foot-print MMU-less embedded devices under uClinux."
"Lineo establishes Lineo Japan, Inc. -- Lineo announced the establishment of Lineo Japan, Inc."
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