June 2004
UNIX Update;Jun2004, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p3
Trade Publication
TransGaming Technologies and Lindows, Inc. have signed an agreement authorizing the distribution of TransGaming's WineX to Linspire customers through Linspire's software Warehouse as of June 2004. WineX is a unique portability product which provides users with the capability to play triple A blockbuster computer games on their Linspire desktops. TransGaming and Lindows have been strong supporters of each other's initiatives for some time. TransGaming is a leading cross-platform software portability specialist. Lindows is the developer of Linspire, a Linux-based operating system. The two companies complement each other's efforts in making software choice available in the computer market. TransGaming's WineX is available to Linspire users directly through click and run (CNR) in the Linspire Warehouse. CNR technology is built into every copy of Linspire and enables one-click download and installation of software from the Warehouse onto Linspire computers. The Warehouse currently includes more than 1,800 programs, easily searchable by keyword and browsed by category. The Warehouse also offers drag-and-drop personalized software aisle creation for any user to create individualized groups of favorite programs.


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