Linux Powers Nokia 770
The Linux-based Nokia 770 Internet tablet is an intriguing gadget for Linux enthusiasts and professional embedded developers. Though it lacks personal information manager (PIM) apps one would expect from a palmtop-sized device, it is instead pitched as an “Internet tablet”, providing applications such as Web browser and an e-mail client.
(Submitted by IdaAshley Tue Nov 28, 2006 )
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