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16 Nov 2007
So I'm watching TV tonight and I noticed the 6000 wasn't lying flat on the table. The battery had bulged. I assume this is dangerous to use anymore (kinda scared it may shoot flames). I'll try to safely discard the battery (city hazardous waste dump?) tomorrow.

I'm now at a crossroads. Do I buy another battery (if it can be found) or do I sell what's left of the 6000? I still have the 760 server and my everyday 3100. Any suggestions?
5 Dec 2006
Hello all,

So my sister has my old 5500 and I was thinking getting her an ir keyboard. I've looked at some older threads about pocketop and belkin, but what is available today that will work with little install? I think She's still running the tkc rom on it.
10 Nov 2006
http://www.tgdaily.com/2006/11/10/marvell_intel/

"One of the first products to come out of this acquisition will be a new processor, previously code-named "Monahans", which will succeed the current "Bulverde" Xscale PXA270 generation. Monahans was first demonstrated in August of 2005 with a clock speed of up to 1.25 GHz with a promised performance capability that reaches into Pentium 4 territory, while consuming substantially less power.

Monahans, which was part of Intel's Hermon cellphone platform, is expected to be complemented by a Shader Model 3.0 capable graphics engine that is based on Imagination Technologies' PowerVR SGX blueprint. The SGX supports OpenGL ES 2.0, D3D Mobile, Open VG, Open GL 2.0 and DirectX9+ running under Linux, Symbian, WinCE and Windows Mobile OS. The fillrate of the chip ranges from 200 million to 1.2 billion pixels per second at a clock speed of 200 MHz. Polygon performances is rated at 2 to 13.5 million polygons per second."
6 Nov 2006
Is there a port knocking client for the Z? I think knock is the main one and my initial searches have not shown any answers.

I'm toying with the idea of doing a remote sync/backup to the mac mini initiated using port knocking. Currently the only ssh port available to the internet from my home network is through the 760. I want to sync/backup directly to the mac, but I do not want that port open 24/7.
27 Jul 2006
My boss has a symbian powered nokia 9300 and his phone can do the live traffic map from www.google.com/gmm. My samsung can do it, but the screen is so much smaller.

Well the zaurus isn't a phone even though I tether to my bluetooth phone, but I thought I could run www.yahoo.com's maps beta. It needs flash player 8. Sigh. It's just reminding me that some parts of at least the sharp rom is showing its age.

Can someone enlighten me if this is a correct synopsis or is there hope that the boss will have zaurus envy? flash player 8 please....
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