Maximum Linux has a story about Nokia's Media Terminal. "This sexy bit of kit sits atop your telly, turning it into a
broadband internet appliance. The controller flips open to reveal a small keyboard, enabling you to
browse the Web, send emails or bookmark your favourite channels or pages ... Driving the magic is Linux, XFree86 and Mozilla, plus some of Nokia's own code that controls the
Navigation bar and MP3 player (visualisations)."
September 29, 2000