According to ZDNet
Intel is working on a Linux-based "digital media adapter" as part of
its wireless PC initiative. The device will
allow audio and video components to be networked with computers.
"The first generation of the Intel gadget will let people view and play PC-stored image and audio files on a television or stereo receiver, said Vogel. A subsequent generation will also permit the transfer of video. By offering video and photo capabilities, the Intel adapter serves up more bang for the buck than current devices, which mainly store and play music.
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