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One of the cool things about Macworld Expo is that just about every hardware and software developer is there and they often use that opportunity to meet up with one another to discuss future plans. One such meeting occurred between Keyspan, and Rogue Amoeba. Keyspan makes […]

One of the cool things about Macworld Expo is that just about every hardware and software developer is there and they often use that opportunity to meet up with one another to discuss future plans. One such meeting occurred between Keyspan, and Rogue Amoeba.

Keyspan makes the TuneView, a hardware product which allows you to wirelessly control your iPod while it’s hooked to a TV, external speakers, etc. Rogue Amoeba is the company behind Airfoil, software which allows you to send any audio from your Mac or PC to the AirPort Express.

The products are complementary and the companies and their employees are cool, so it’s possible something will come of this meeting before the year is through provided the business details make sense.

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