jcatcw 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.
MachineShedFred 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.