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Panasonic is covering all of its bases with its new Blu-ray player lineup, everything from a model that includes a built-in VCR for those still semi-caught in the past to one that looks toward the future with its VieraCast network-connected feature.The DMP-BD70V (pictured) is the world's firstand possibly lastBlu-ray/VCR combo player.
The Panasonic PT-FW100NT is a wireless business class network projector that allows for flexibility in machine interaction, operations to be done remotely and the projection of multiple screens simultaneously.
Wind River, one of the top makers of operating systems for embedded computing devices such as network gear or digital media players, has joined the Consumer Electronics Linux Forum, the company said Thursday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. CELF includes many consumer electronics companies--such as Sony, Panasonic, Motorola and LG Electronics--as well as embedded Linux specialists such as Montavista Software and TimeSys.
Panasonic, the consumer-electronics powerhouse, has invested in embedded Linux seller MontaVista Software. MontaVista produces versions of Linux and associated programming tools for non-PC computing devices such as network routers, handheld computers and automatic teller machines. Sunnyvale, Calif.-based MontaVista announced the investment Tuesday, but didn't disclose how much Panasonic is investing. MontaVista announced a $28 million investment in January from Sony, IBM, and previous investors including U.S. Venture Partners, Alloy Ventures, Intel Capital, RRE Ventures and WR Hambrecht. Panasonic is a subsidiary of Matsushita Electric Industrial. --Stephen Shankland, Special to ZDNet News
Panasonic invests in home networking firm and plans to develop interactive appliances.