writes "Lucas Mearian, Storage Editor at Computerworld.com, reports on SanDisk's initiative to create a new USB storage device that allows users to move digital content from their PCs to their TVs for viewing on a large screen. USBTV uses a small flash memory-enabled media player that plugs and plays directly onto almost any TV. The first pocket-size players are expected to be available this spring. SanDisk says no wireless setup or networking equipment is required."
writes "CodeWeavers announced Crossover 6.0 today, and they are supporting operation on both Linux and Mac OS X now (with an Intel-based Mac, of course). You can download the trial for OS X here, and the new version for Linux here."