ISB Corp’s Android Set Top Box
ISB Corp is currently playing around with everyone’s favorite OS, getting it to power a set-top box.Â Last week at the Embedded Systems Expo, they demonstrated a reference board with video playback and web browsing.Â According to Engadget, the company is said to be in the process of optimizing Android for a smooth HD video playback.Â They’re also reported to be experimenting with wireless keyboard and Bluetooth support.
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