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“Chumby is very much like the early AOL, an easy-to-use walled garden that only displayed the content provided from partners.”
“Chumby is also interesting because it presents a most unusual business model.”
“The interesting thing about the Chumby is that it is connected but not tethered to the network.”
“The Chumby is a compact device that displays useful and entertaining information from the web: news, photos, music, celebrity gossip, weather, box scores, blogs — using your wireless internet connection.”
“With that in mind, Broadcom’s decision to add Chumby is a nice way for the platform to gain traction in TVs or in set-top boxes, because it won’t have to go to each television maker to get integrated into the device (though notably the TV makers can disable the Chumby integration on their Broadcom chips if they feel like it).”
“The Chumby is a very small computer that runs the Linux operating system and Flash Lite, Adobe’s software that is designed to deliver small interactive applications, often called widgets, to mobile phones and other devices that don’t have the processing power of a current desktop computer.”
“Chumby still sells that device, now called Chumby Classic, as well as a cheaper version called Chumby One.”
“The Chumby is a $200-ish computer that plays widgets: Stock quotes, Twitter feed, a Flickr RSS feed, internet radio… Passive but useful!”
“I brought you a thing called a Chumby, a long time ago.”
“The Chumby is a slightly odd device that resembles a child's soft toy with a screen on the front.”
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