"A day after Transmeta unveiled the long-awaited Crusoe
processor series, S3 on Thursday stepped up to the plate and
announced it will design and produce Crusoe-powered Internet
appliances based on the open-source Linux operating system."
"The appliances will be targeted at users looking for a
Linux-based device for accessing the Internet and powered by an
x86-compatible processor, S3 said in a statement."
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