Market research firm IDC discovers that Linux isn't just for desktops these days. Thanks to handheld units like Agenda's VR3, the company will be tracking Linux-based handheld devices for the first time next month. ""We're going to try to accurately estimate the penetration of Linux on the PDA world,
but it's going to be difficult because the market is just so fragmented and new," IDC
analyst Kevin Burden said." Indeed, it will be nice to have some solid sales numbers on those units. Full story at CNET News.com.
May 5, 2001