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Byline: MIKE ANGELL
So you've downloaded music from the Web onto your computer, burned a few CDs and even loaded your MP3 player with tunes. What's next in sharing digital music?
Try the short-range wireless networking standard known as Wi-Fi.
Wi-Fi is known mostly as a way to provide wireless broadband Internet access to users in homes, certain retail sites or some airports. But Linksys and Netgear, two leading sellers of Wi-Fi gear, say entertainment will fuel the next wave of home Wi-Fi demand.
To that end, both now offer Wi-Fi music players. They don't actually play music per se but transport it from your PC to your stereo. You'd also …