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|Originally Published: Saturday, 29 January 2000||Author: Christof Vandewalle|
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LinuxDevices.com: Linux-based PenguinRadio to revolutionize radio?
"One day, every radio will work this way" boasts PenguinRadio cofounder Andrew Leyden. PenguinRadio LLC, a small Washington DC based startup, has giant plans to revolutionize how we listen to music and radio when we're not sitting at our computers. Powered by an embedded Linux operating system and "x86" CPU, and connected to the Internet via a modem or Ethernet, PenguinRadios will tap into the thousands of radio stations that put their streaming audio feeds on the Internet, delivering your favorite news, music, or talk shows -- right to your stereo system. No computers needed...."