Turbolinux, one of the first-generation Linux vendors to enter the business arena, on Monday announced a new online storage service for its Wizpy device, which was first introduced in June. The Wizpy, which behaves as a Linux operating system as well as media player, now provides an online storage service from Omnidrive, the Palo Alto, Calif.-based storage services provider. Plug the device into a PC's USB port, and you get the so-called Linux desktop experience. As of Monday, users carrying around this enabler for a "desktop environment" can access Omnidrive storage services

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