[NTLK] Newton for iPad
ed at cartersfarm.com
Mon Jul 5 12:52:34 EDT 2010
Another alternative would be the WebOS platform which is very open and Linux
based as well. Now that HP owns Palm, they have promised many "connected"
devices including a high end "Slate" with pen input as well as multi-touch
which would be very well suited to stylus (ink) or finger input... Best of
all, the platform is wide open and officially sanctions emulators, open
source, and even specialized "official" channels for distribution... I may
take some time later this year to look into what a port would involve and
see if I can get my children working on it...
On Mon, Jul 5, 2010 at 1:02 AM, Matthias Melcher <mm at matthiasm.com> wrote:
> On 04.07.2010, at 23:31, Andy Reed wrote:
> > Any of you fabulous programmers out there working on a Newton app for
> iPad or iPhone? It'd be nice to run a virtual Newton on my iPad, transfer
> all my Newton stuff over.
> No, it's not worth it. Apple would stop us in our tracks, so why waste the
> There are plenty of wonderful touch devices out there, not just the iPad.
> And as with almost all Apple products, the offer much more technology and
> speed for a considerably lower price. Most of them run Android, so by far
> the best solution would be to port Einstein to Android OS. Google does not
> restrict what software can be used on their machines, as it should be.
> - Matthias
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