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2 Mar 2005
From article at http://www.linuxdevices.com/news/NS9892138016.html:
"ITTIA has ported an embeddable, open source, C-language database to ARM Linux, and is inviting developers who write code for Linux on ARM to join a user support community..."

"The db.* database, a small-footprint C-language database, was first released by Raima in the 1980s as dbvista..."

For more info, see the above article and this link:
14 Feb 2005
Surprised nobody has mentioned it yet...

Excerpt from the article: "Trolltech announced today that more than fifty companies are currently developing or shipping Linux-based devices using its Qtopia graphical application platform software, including more than twenty mobile phones."

See here for more details:
26 Jan 2005
I haven't been online for a few days & sat down to read all the new msgs since the last time I logged in. I went into the first forum with unread messages, read a couple of posts, posted one reply, then used the "Mark this forum as read" selection at the top of the page. The software returned me to the forum index; however, all of the forums were now marked as being read and the "last login time" read as "today". When I go into the individual forums, they still correctly show which messages are new, so it isn't a total loss, but I miss the convenience of seeing at a glance in the index which forums I should read.
6 Dec 2004
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