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Topic # 114452 20-Feb-2013 12:01 Send private message

This looks interesting.

Angry birds on your router? Laughing




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  Reply # 766567 20-Feb-2013 16:41 Send private message

Him nice media boxes now are coming with android as well.

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  Reply # 766608 20-Feb-2013 18:14 Send private message

lol... why would you bother?! OpenWRT does everything that Android might be able to do and probably does it better and more efficiently.

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  Reply # 766641 20-Feb-2013 19:10 Send private message

I doubt it will bring anything new AND useful, but could potentially be a whole lot more marketable than the other open source router OS's.

Ultimately it could lead to the majority, rather than minority, of routers in the mass-market supporting third party software with enhanced functionality. Or better yet, coming with it out of the box

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  Reply # 766689 20-Feb-2013 20:36 Send private message

Yawn.

I'd much prefer an existing Linux based firewall distribution that has a history and is stable. If I want to play Angry birds I use my phone.

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