CNet reports on the consumer electronics show coming up in Las Vegas by saying the PC giants are betting on smaller, cheaper devices: "Nokia plans to announce that it is bringing its advanced set-top box, which uses an Intel chip and the Linux operating system, to the United
States. The Nokia Media Terminal, as the set-top is known, receives digital TV and video-on-demand, can play and store MP3 files, and can
connect to a printer as well as other devices such as a digital camera. The device will also offer high-speed Internet access."
January 4, 2001