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Does anyone know if we can expect to see the original (non-Intel) ARM processors back in RISC OS machine, like the Iyonix? Ie. ARM 9 or 10? Or would that perhaps reap little or no benefit?

I think it's only a matter of time before PDA/mobile phone viruses begin spreading massively through the global networks, so it should be imperative Service Providers begin adapting their products to deal with any forseeable threats.

 is a RISC OS UserhEgelia on 27/8/04 11:11AM
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