Sharp Wednesday released details of its forthcoming upgraded Linux (news – web sites) handheld, claiming it has significantly strengthened the device’s appeal to enterprises.
The Zaurus SL-6000 will come with built-in 802.11b capabilities and mobile middleware software from IBM, Sharp said in a statement. As it did with the previous version of the handheld, the company claims development of mobilized applications will be simplified because the device is based on Linux and includes a Java environment. (full story)
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