Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> __/ [ Richard G. Riley ] on Thursday 09 March 2006 16:15 \__
> > http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/4789496.stm
> > MS reveals new mini-pc device.
> > X Windows running on it in 3 months, PIM management working 3 months
> > after that?
> > It will be interesting too who buys this.
> The Nokia 770 has been available for almost a year. It is a big seller which
> recently had VoIP added (links on demand). This morning I exchanged notes
> with someone who had apparently ported Tunpaint to the Nokia. It's
> Debian-based, so should be rather rich in terms of the freely-available
> applications. Oh! And it's half the price of the Origami. *smile*
> Microsoft advocates themselves are making fun of the blog-generated hype over
> the Origami. It is no iPod killer. It is no killer at all. It's over-hyped,
> over-advertised DoA.
> Best wishes,
> Roy S. Schestowitz
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baaawwwaaaa. we have another lintard crying that his pos OS doesnt run
on new computers. when are you linux losers finally going to learn.