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Winamp streams to the Wii

David Hinkle, @davehinkle
September 17, 2007
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Many may profess that iTunes is the ultimate application for listening to music on the PC. For us, Winamp has always been (and probably always will be) where it's at. And, we're quite happy to report that Winamp now works with the Wii.

Users then can do a little thing here or there, point their Wii's web browser to here and stream music directly from their internet-enabled PC. You can also allow other users to stream content from your PC set up on the Wii, allowing them to check out video and music from your host machine.

Technology, ain't she grand?





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