InfoWorld: AMD Demos Alchemy-Based PDA Running Linux
Aug 08, 2003, 11:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Chip maker Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is showing off a
reference design for a PDA (personal digital assistant) based on
its Alchemy Au1100 processor running Linux at the LinuxWorld
Conference & Expo in San Francisco, according to the
"The Au1100-based PDA reference design runs Metrowerks'
Linux-based OpenPDA suite of software. OpenPDA includes an embedded
Linux kernel and a range of software designed for use in PDAs,
including games and software for playing music and video files, as
well as Trolltech AS's Qtopia multilingual user interface, Opera
Software ASA's Opera Web browser, and support for both Personal
Java and J2ME (Java 2 Platform Micro Edition).
"OpenPDA also includes a suite of personal productivity
applications, including a calendar, contact management, to-do list,
e-mail client, and a text editor..."
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