Independent Status Reports
Thursday March 14th, 2002
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#3 Re: mozilla on pda
Sunday March 17th, 2002 10:56 AM
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Yes, as a matter of fact there has been a serious (and fruitfull, I'd say) effort to put Mozilla on a PDA. The company is called Tuxia and the product is called NXzilla (also called Nanozilla?) You can find decent info at <http://www.tuxia.org/nxzilla/index.html> and <http://www.tuxia.org/viper/index.html> (with a screenshot of NXilla at <http://www.tuxia.org/vipe…screenshots/nanozilla.jpg> ) You can also read the Comdex press release from Tuxia <http://www.tuxia.com/13_nov_press_release.htm> and the Nanozilla project page <http://www.tuxia.com/Nanozilla.htm> for more information.
With Compaq's iPaq PDA now shipping with 64 MB RAM and 32 MB ROM I think that tweaked ports of Mozilla, like Nanozilla (Tuxia claims 32 MB runtime and 9MB footprint), may start to become a real possibility on handhelds.