Many consumer level Wireless-G routers allow you to flash new firmware on to them. Using third party developed firmware you can embedded specialized versions of linux onto your router and turn your $65 dollar router into a more secure, faster, full featured gateway. The new firmware allows you to boost your wireless signal, prioritize bandwidth allocation to boost VOIP reliability and access restrictions. Lifehacker has a good article on installing one of the more popular firmware DD-WRT and you can check here to see if your router is capable of running the firmware.
The BD-P4600 by Samsung will certainly be one of the thinnest Blu-ray players available when it comes out later this year. It measures only 1.5" thick and features Profile 2.0/BD-Live, Netflix and Pandora streaming, 1GB onboard memory, built-in Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio decoding, "Touch of Color" style accents and 802.11n Wi-Fi. You can also mount the player to the wall because discs are loaded from a slot drive on its side. Engadget has a few more pictures of the player from different angles but currently there is no information on pricing or a firm release date.
Analog Way announces the Di -VentiX LE, a new dual Scaler Multi Layer Hi -Resolution Mixer Seamless Switcher
Analog Way, leading designer and manufacturer of innovative image converters and presentation switchers, exhibits at ISE 2009 - Amsterdam, NL Stand # 3E125
Analog Way, a leading designer and manufacturer of innovative image converters and presentation switchers, is celebrating its 20th anniversary
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