"Software for inexpensive TV set-top boxes and Internet
appliances, including projects based around the Linux OS, will soon
start to emerge from Amiga, which will license its
intellectual property to hardware makers."
"AmigaObjects... is similar in concept to 'device language'
technologies being developed by a host of companies... With it, any
device on a network can offer up its abilities to another device
and share the task of processing commands. ...will first run on
"In Gateway's vision of the networked home, a home server
connects to the Internet and sends... voice, video and other data
to a variety of devices that use other kinds of chips and operating
systems, including Linux."
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