WiFi PDA Meets Linux--Part 5 - page 4
Music To Work By
If you're handy with Windows/Pocket PC software development, you can download the source code to GSPlayer. Apparently, Linux people aren't the only ones having fun with Open Source.
We are just starting to see viable embedded WiFi enabled PDAs coming onto the market, that make playing and streaming various types of media practical. And the next generations of PDA/cell phones are on the retail shelves, right now.
The bean counters should probably start thinking about how the new capabilities, can be leveraged into useful and revenue generating services for employees and customers. No surprise, Open Source, WiFi enabled PDAs, and Linux are right there on the scene.
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