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Sharp's Linux handheld to have Intel inside
IDG.net - A prototype of the Sharp PDA, which will run a version of Lineo's embedded Linux operating system, will be unveiled at the JavaOne conference.

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Dip in server revenue may herald price war

Palm chief talks split again

SAP improves push technology in software suite

Hynix licenses chip cores for gadgets

 

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Coalition announces Linux interactive TV project
IDG.net - A group of 24 IT companies are banding together to form the TV Linux Alliance, which will focus on developing a Linux environment for the digital set-top box market.

Top picks for network infrastructure
InfoWorld.com - After years of promising users "real soon now," this spring Apple finally delivered its first Unix-based desktop operating system.

Coalition announces Linux interactive TV project
IDG.net - A group of 24 IT companies are banding together to form the TV Linux Alliance, which will focus on developing a Linux environment for the digital set-top box market.

Sharp takes wraps off Linux PDA prototype at JavaOne
IDG.net - Sharp demonstrated the prototype of its upcoming Linux handheld at the JavaOne show, as well as unveiling some of the companies behind it.

Half-a-life: Torvalds' story so far
ITworld.com - It’s probably personal jealousy, but I believe biographies of people just approaching forty should be limited to those who have done something utterly earth-shaking, and are unlikely to do anything else. Linus Torvalds fits one of these requirements.

Communicate with your Linux box using your Palm Pilot as a terminal
ITworld.com - Nicholas Petreley discovers that this setup could work as a debugging tool for Linux.

Middleware that beats the budget
JavaWorld - Open source Java and J2EE application servers give enterprise-class commercial products a run for their money.

Confessions of a reformed e-commerce junkie
IDG.net - Here in Germany, retail businesses seem to operate by the maxim: the customer is always wrong. So I gravitated to online shopping as a way of avoiding undesirable human contact. But, perhaps not surprisingly, a lot of e-commerce sites are no better.


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