“Multiple reports indicate a device [coming from Apple Computer] that will allow consumers to wirelessly broadcast their iTunes play libraries–from an iPod or PC–to a home stereo, among other things. Details of the device are sketchy and confirmation has been marred by conflicting details from subsequent reports,” Katie Marsal reports for AppleInsider.
“According to one statement, the company is said to be developing its own iTunes radio that will wirelessly stream iTunes and internet net radio data, and is rumored to be accompanied by a potential partnership with Bose,” Marsal reports.
“Meanwhile, additional reports point to the potential release of multimedia hub that will perform the same functions, while also allowing for iPhoto, iMovie and iDVD content to be displayed on television screens. The device is said to connected wirelessly to any Macintosh on a rendezvous or AirPort network and will also be capable of digital video recording on an internal hard drive and media burning via a Super Drive,” Marsal reports.
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