Nokia N810 Internet Tablet Gains Remote Media Player
Dec 22, 2007, 17:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"A San Francisco-based startup selling media-sharing software
for home PCs and mobile devices has ported its flagship application
to Nokia's Linux-based Internet tablet. Webot says its 'Webot'
software lets Nokia's WiFi-connected N8x0 Internet Tablets render
music or photos stored on remote Linux, Windows, or Mac PCs.
"Webot's software aims to let users of portable devices access
their content from 'anywhere.' The software is available for
Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch, as well as for desktops running
Linux, Windows, or Mac OS X..."