CNN: Agenda Computing unveils Linux handheldAug 18, 2000, 00:46 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Agenda Computing revealed its handheld PC based on the Linux operating system Tuesday to the open-source programming community at the LinuxWorld trade show in San Jose, California."
"The demonstration of the Agenda VR3 will hopefully serve as a signal flare to attract Linux software developers before the product hits the market at the Comdex trade show in October, said Roger Richards, president of Agenda."
"We wanted to introduce this to the open source community. We believe we have months of time for this community to modify the thousands of Linux applications on PCs to work with the VR3," he said. "We believe that this handheld has the hardware and memory that (Linux) applications will need in the future."