This is a discussion on TuxMobil News 12/2003 - Handheld ; Hello, the last TuxMobil News digest for 2003 has again good news for Linux PDA, mobile phone and laptop users. Here is an extract of the most important messages. Werner Heuser |=| The ndiswrapper now supports Intel's WLAN PRO/Wireless 2100 ...
the last TuxMobil News digest for 2003 has again good news
for Linux PDA, mobile phone and laptop users. Here is an
extract of the most important messages.
|=| The ndiswrapper now supports Intel's WLAN PRO/Wireless 2100 chipset,
which is part of their Centrino(TM) technology. Besides the
commercial DriverLoader from Linuxant therefore an Open Source
solution is also available.
|=| Element Computer offers a TabletPC pre-equipped with the
Lycoris Desktop/LX Tablet Edition for Linux. This is the second
commercial TabletPC with Linux, since the one made by
PaceBlade. More about Linux on TabletPCs is at TuxMobil.
|=| Linux on cell phones is still becoming more and more popular.
Japan's #1 cellular carrier NTT DoCoMo has adopted Linux for 3G phones.
Samsung debuts Linux-powered smartphone in China. A Chinese company
based in Shanghai named 'E28' has quietly been selling Linux-based
smartphones in China since August. And SDG-Systems provides
a driver for the Pretec GPRS CF-Card for the Zaurus and Yopy Linux PDAs.
More about Linux on and with mobile cell phones at TuxMobil.
|=| TuxMobil has got the first report about Linux on a laptop
with 64-bit CPU. A Xeron Sonic Pro 800MX with an AMD64 chip.
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