internetnews.com: Linux Sidelined in Intel's Mobile Future
Aug 06, 2004, 15:15 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Intel is riding the Linux bandwagon into the desktop, server
room and data center, but the chip-making giant may be
under-serving the mobile worker in 2010.
"The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company has been on the road of
late, outlining its vision of the mobile office worker a mere six
years from now. A demonstration viewed by internetnews.com and
other press and analysts last week followed a typical field worker
as he wirelessly maneuvered his way through airports, coffee
kiosks, customer calls and overnight hotel accommodations. The
scenario depends heavily on three elements: a Centrino-enabled
notebook, a multi-band mobile phone and a Bluetooth headset..."