Just ducking in here- I will comfirm that. I have an internship at IBM
this summer and I just installed a WebSphere server on my cell phone/PDA
device (Siemens SX66, to be exact) earlier today. You can also do
multimodal browsers (that means it does text-to-speech and voice
recognition for pages which have been appropriately marked up; see
for details...) on
the device. At the same time. Uses the NetFront browser (and for debugging
on the PC, usually Opera).
But heck, I have a four-year-old computer with a 733mhz processor and 128
megs of RAM. The PDA has a 400Mhz processor (ARM, not PIII) and the same
amount of RAM. Why not? The power's there...
I'd say more, but there's a pesky little NDA that I signed.
On Fri, 17 Jun 2005, Guaka wrote:
actually possible to run a server on a cell phone?)
If you can run Java and Python
on it, why not run a server? :)