AllLinuxDevices: Weekly Roundup, August 16, 2000
Aug 16, 2000, 21:04 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Michael Hall)
Desktop-as-a-Service Designed for Any Cloud ? Nutanix Frame
"The Agenda VR3 Linux PDA: Linux Support Out of the Box
and A Shell In Your Hand "
"No one knows when the Yopy is going to arrive, and
Linux-on-an-iPAQ isn't something to undertake lightly. This
October, though, Agenda Computing promises to put a Linux PDA with
the form factor of a Palm, and access to the Linux OS underneath,
in our hands. We spoke with Agenda President Roger Richards, and
learned about this $150 PDA. If you can't bear the thought of being
away from the command line interface, rejoice: it comes with a text
"The Indrema/CollabNet parternership: An Open Source Run
on the Titans of Gaming"
"Sony, Nintendo, Sega, and now Microsoft: everybody's lined
up to make their play for the video game market, which is in the
midst of another one of its transitions. Linux-based Indrema wants
a piece of the pie, and with CollabNet's help, they're going to
hand out the tools, take a pass on the royalties, and ask the open
source community to give them a hand."
"In addition to these features, we've carried more than a few
interesting pieces over the wire."