"It is no secret that the competition for global domination in
the operating system market has moved from the desktop to the
living room couch. Harvard Business professor Clayton Christensen
has famously said that devices will suck lots of the functionality
off of the desktop, and all the major players, from Sony to
Hewlett-Packard to Microsoft are spending hundreds of millions of
dollars in R & D to occupy the coveted space in front of the
couch throne. The Olive Symphony, a Linux-powered hi-fi wi-fi
stereo hub, stands a decent chance for a prime position before the
living room throne..."
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