SPOTLIGHT: Speculation about Apple iTV's WiFi


The CNET Apple Blog has an interesting piece that speculates as to which company might provide the WiFi capability for Apple's iTV product. It seems like an industry-wide consensus at this point that Apple will go with 802.11n for the product, which many believe will drop at the MacWorld conference next week. CNET blogger Michael Kanellos points to Quartics and Neosonik as the possible magic-makers in Apple's iTV product. Neither of those companies, however, has developed a product for video. Audio and video are each a different species of animal. Maybe Ruckus Wireless has a hand in the iTV product? Article

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