"The move enables the shifting of a greater percentage of the average mobile user's computing activities from Windows into HyperSpace."
"Security -- HyperSpace is a personal computing environment that is far more difficult to infect with viruses, rootkits and spyware than operating systems like Windows. Applications are digitally signed and stored in a secure memory store that is locked after execution. Updates and additions to HyperSpace will only be made via a site approved and owned or audited by Phoenix."Dr. Banga said they intend to make it extensible, and right now their primary goal is to make it as bulletproof as possible.
To me the obvious question is "This should be on a cool little $100 device-- any plans to do that?" I shall ask the nice Phoenix people.
This article was first published on Linux Planet.