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April 16, 2007

Orb MyCasting Now Available for the Nokia N800

by Darla Mack

Orbn800 Announced today at Web 2.0, Orb Networks is now available for use with the N800. 

Orb MyCasting allows users to access media that is stored on their pc or laptops by streaming. 

"The Nokia N800 Internet Tablet was developed to make it easy for people to access their favorite internet sites, content, and entertainment from the couch, airport or coffee shop- anywhere there is WiFi. Orb's MyCasting is an excellent use of the device making it a jukebox of personal media," said Ari Virtanen, vice president, Convergence Products, Multimedia, Nokia.
"Nokia offers a quality mobile web experience for users with the rich functionality being introduced in the N800 Internet Tablet,' said Joe Costello, Chairman and CEO of Orb Networks. "When Orb unlocks that personal digital content on the home PC, the N800 becomes the one connected device to enjoy it all whenever and wherever you want.The combination offers a new level of media freedom and control for the customer."

Orb's MyCasting service can be downloaded from www.orb.com/n800 as well as from the Tableteer site on the N800. There's no need to download additional software for the N800. Using the built in media player and browser, Orb works instantly.

[via:  Press Release]


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Slick device that is powered by Linux. I sure hope it gains much commercial success.

Mark Goddard

interesting comments in this article since Orb fired the guy who closed the deal. In addition, Orb has shut down their entire European operations! Looks like Orb is in trouble.

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