Belkin plans to make it even easier to access ordinary add-ons like iPods, printers, memory card readers, Flash keys and disk drives over wireless networks. This summer, it will release its Network USB Hub, a five-port box with an 802.11n connection. Belkin Network USB Hub The low-rise black unit packs in two front-mounted …
Will they insist on violating the gpl in order to prevent us linux hacks from using their hardware?
Looks like gplviolations.org will have to step in again if they don't give us a way to at the very least reverse engineer the client portion of their software.
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