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Following Paul Guyot's release of Einstein, the Newton emulator for Linux-based PDAs, the race has been on to get it running on different devices. At last week's Worldwide Newton Conference, Paul gave a demo using a Sharp Zaurus, and today, Andy Diller has got it working on his Nokia 770. Very cool! The existing Newtons will eventually stop working, so it's great to see this taking shape. Remember, if you have a Linux-based PDA with X11 support, you can (most likely) run the Newton OS.

Good work, Andy!

Update: Paul has made the Nokia 770 binaries available.

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