by Matthew Yi, Chronicle Staff Writer
After four years of tinkering with ways to shrink the size of a personal computer, Jory Bell and his small group of engineers in San Francisco have finally come up with a device that fits in the palm of his hand. “We wanted to make sure that you have all of the functionality of the thin-and-light notebook, but at the size of a Palm Pilot,” said Bell, co- founder and chief executive officer of startup OQO Inc. “It’s a huge difference. The fact that you can slip it into your pocket means I can take it anywhere.
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