To make sure your fancy iPaq screen doesn't languish just doing calendars and to do lists, 3D is coming to PDAs.
Helsinki's Fathammer has created a near-desktop-quality 3-D multimedia gaming platform, X-Forge, for devices that run Microsoft's PocketPC operating system, the Symbian OS and mobile Linux.This looks pretty cool, especially since it's not PocketPC-specific. Unforunately, it won't run on my Visor Deluxe. Thanks to billb for the tip.
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