An IBM project called SoulPad looks interesting - it is the natural extension of emulators and virtual machines that lets a user suspend his (or her) current desktop session (or "soul", as IBM's researchers dubbed it) while working, store the "soul" on some portable device, then restore the "soul" on a different pc, which can have a completely different hardware setup, OS, etc.
- Article: Pocket-sized computer 'soul' developed (NewScientist.com)
- Website: http://www.research.ibm.com/WearableComputing/SoulPad/soulpad.html
- Video: SoulPadVideo.wmv (14 MB)
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