Engadget: It's hardly a done deal when a relationship is described as in "talks." Nevertheless, D-Link and Snapstick are definitely working together to evaluate Snapstick's SplitMedia technology. Snapstick, as you'll recall, lets you snap any web content (with a focus on video services from Hulu, YouTube and the like) over WiFi from your smartphone to a D-Link box connected to a TV.
D-Link made a splash at last year's Consumer Electronics Show with what can only be described as "the most insane wireless router in the history of mankind." The massive blood-red device, which resembled some type of mechanical arachnid flipped on its back, marked the apex of absurd networking technology design.