"Everywhere you look these days, there is a new device for sale
designed to get music, movies, and entertainment to your TV without
the hassle of old-fashioned delivery systems like cable or
satellite. So when media-center maker Boxee announced last year
that it was adding a Linux-based set-top hardware device to what
used to be a software-only product, it took on a decidedly tougher
"The Boxee Unboxed
"I'm hopeful it will succeed, not simply because the Boxee Box
is slick hardware with an even slicker remote, but because it
raises the bar considerably for open source entertainment
"For those unfamiliar, Boxee is a derivative of the XBMC media
center — streamlined, with a customized user interface,
connected to a "social network" base of other Boxee users, and
pre-loaded with scores of Web content feeds."
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