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LinuxDevices: Intel "Personal Server" Research: Mobile Computing in the Palm of your Hand

Sep 09, 2003, 10:00 (5 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Roy Want)

[ Thanks to Matt for this link. ]

"Imagine how much more productive employees could be if they always had the information they needed right at their fingertips and could access that information from any workstation, anywhere in the world.

"Intel researchers are working to make this vision a reality by pioneering an exciting new class of mobile computers called Personal Servers that utilize advances in processing, storage, and communication technologies.

"Smaller than PDA-class devices and without traditional input/output (I/O) capabilities such as a keyboard or display, the Intel Personal Server concept prototype links wirelessly to existing infrastructure to provide ubiquitous access to personal information and applications. With a focus on miniaturization, Personal Server technology could also integrate into a PDA or cellular phone, extending the capabilities of current consumer electronic devices..."

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