ZDNET: "Transmeta, the employer of Linux founder Linus Torvalds, has
released Midori, its version of Linux for mobile devices.
Transmeta, which sells low-power, Intel-compatible processors
called Crusoe, previously referred to Midori as Mobile Linux.
Transmeta has been working on the Midori additions to Linux for
more than a year. Now it has released the software as an
open-source project at VA Linux Systems' SourceForge site." (Note: VALinux also owns Newsforge.com.)