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|12-27-2011, 03:49 AM||#1|
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Boxee to Cease Supporting End-User Software with 1.5 Release
Since Boxee's first public launch in early 2010, it has become one of the most popular choices for those looking to turn their PC into a media center. The reasons are simple: it's feature-packed, works well and has potential to rid your cable TV. But later that same year when the company teamed up with D-Link to release a set-top media player, it became clear that we might reach a point when the software would no longer be offered to end-users directly. Well, that time has come.
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