Is your tv running Linux? (yet)
Apr 10, 2010, 15:02 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Some manufacturers are using Linux for their
television sets, Sony for instance has a impressive list of tv's
which are running Linux.
"There are also some televisions which can actually be hacked
into to unlock extra features.
"Sounds cool? It is! Read on for the full story...
"Sony is using Linux in it's bravia series of tv's too bad
there's not much you can do with that as of today. Samsung on the
other hand has a list of tv's which are readily able to be hacked
into. Always wanted to control your tv from a shell?"
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