Wired: Game Arrives Only in DreamsMar 13, 2001, 22:15 (7 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Farhad Manjoo)
"...although Linux still has a large and dedicated following, companies like Red Hat and VA Linux, among others who thought they could make money through Linux, have had a hard time."
"Into this gloom will come Indrema ... maybe...."
"Indrema does looks like classic vapor. The company has sidestepped each delay by promising a more and more elaborate system. Now, instead of a mere gaming system, the console will have to be nothing less than "The Future of TV" to make some people wonder if the delay is worth it."
"Yeah, Indrema will do games, the company says. But it will also be a DVD player, a Tivo-like personal video recorder, a broadband-ready Internet appliance, an MP3 player, and, for good measure, a compact PC with a wireless keyboard. And since the whole thing will be open source, users can tinker with it, upgrade its videocard, and run programs written by a cult of developers all over the world."