TuxMobil News 11/2004
the "TuxMobil News Digest" for November 2004 has good news
for Linux PDA, mobile phone, laptop and notebook users. Here is an
extract of the most important or most interesting messages.
If you are missing news, applications or documents, don't
hesitate to contact me.
|=| Monthly Highlights
|=| According to LinuxDevices the German company NaviFlash "has
used embedded Linux to build an in-car navigation system ... The device comes
pre-installed with detailed maps of Germany, and the main roads of Europe,
with maps of 17 other European countries also available. The NaviFlash is
based on an Intel XScale PXA255 processor, ... it includes a GPS receiver
capable of tracking 12 satellites." More about Linux and navigation
systems and GPS at TuxMobil.
|=| Complete Monthly Digest
|=| Daily RSS, Archive, Submission Form, Subscription
You may find the _daily_ TuxMobil News RSS/XML channel, the archiv and
a news submission form at http://tuxmobil.org/newsfeed.html
BTW: You may subscribe to the complete _monthly_ digest there, too.
|=| Werner Heuser = Berliner Str. 122 = D-13187 Berlin = Germany
|=| <wehe at tuxmobil.org> T. 0049 - (0)30 - 349 53 86
|=| http://TuxMobil.org UniX on Mobile Systems: HOWTOs,Software
|*| This is no time for phony rhetoric -- Lou Reed