ZDNet's David Berlind talks to IBM's Jay Lowe about the company's plan to offer a PDA blueprint using its 405 low-power processor. IBM hopes the reference design will spur development of Linux-powered handhelds.
By ZDNet Staff
| January 30, 2003 -- 20:24 GMT (12:24 PST)
| Topic: Mobility
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