Resources for The Ultimate Linux Handheld

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Nokia770.com: nokia770.com

Washington Post Review of the Nokia 770: www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/04/15/AR2006041500125.html

Forbes Review of the Nokia 770: www.forbes.com/business/forbes/2006/0522/064.html?_requestid=4743

CNET on the Nokia 770: reviews.cnet.com/Nokia_770_Internet_Tablet/4505-3127_7-31396042.html?tag=txt

GPSdrive and gpsd: www.elisanet.fi/tapio.tolvanen/nokia770.htm

Pepper Pad: www.pepper.com

David Hitrys on the Pepper Pad: www.tuxmagazine.com/node/1000125

maemo Development Platform: maemo.org/platform/docs/roadmap.html

Nokia and Linksys: www.nordicwatch.com/wireless/story.html?story_id=4737

Nokia and Discovery.com: www.nordicwatch.com/wireless/story.html?story_id=4737

Telepathy IM/VoIP Integration Framework: telepathy.freedesktop.org/wiki

Farsight Audio/Video Conferencing Framework: farsight.sourceforge.net

Matchbox Window Manager: projects.o-hand.com/matchbox

Sharp Zaurus: www.sharpusa.com/products/TypeLanding/0,1056,112,00.html

My Zaurus Development Community: www.myzaurus.com

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Link corrections for "The Ultimate Linux Handheld" article

Rev's picture

For those of you out there having issues with some of the resource links above, here are a few link corrections for "The Ultimate Linux Handheld" article as of 7/10/2006:

Washington Post Review:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/04/15/AR2006041500125.html

GPSdrive and gpsd:

http://www.elisanet.fi/tapio.tolvanen/nokia770.html

Nokia and Linksys:

http://www.nordicwirelesswatch.com/wireless/story.html?story_id=4737

Nokia and Discovery.com:

http://www.nordicwirelesswatch.com/wireless/story.html?story_id=4683

Hope these links help.

Regards,
-Rev

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