Windows/Mac/Linux: Miro, the open-source media player that's sort of like a TiVo for internet video, has hit its 2.5 release, boasting 2 to 4 times faster launching speeds, a new audio podcast section and more.
In addition to the faster launching speeds and new audio podcast section, the Miro blog lists some other major changes added in this latest release, including a button to download from YouTube when you're browsing the site from inside Miro, a new library interface with video, audio and other sections, and new keyboard shortcuts for almost all available functions—which could work wonders if you wanted to program your remote to work with Miro. The Miro interface was also nicely cleaned up.
For the full list of changes, check out the Miro 2.5 release notes. Miro is a free download for Windows, Mac, and Linux.