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Webot Gives Nokia N810 Internet Tablet Users Instant Access to All Their Personal Media From Anywhere.

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Webot, the remote media platform for browsers and mobile devices, is now available with a custom-built interface for the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet.

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 20 /PRNewswire/ — Webot, the remote media platform for browsers and mobile devices, is now available with a custom-built interface for the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet.

"We're proud to deliver the first media player that lets Nokia N810 users enjoy all the media on their computers from anywhere," said Dave Gottesman, CEO of Webot. "Nokia's Internet tablets are groundbreaking devices that redefine what's possible with mobility, so they're perfect for innovative applications like ours."

To build the media player, Webot tailored its existing media search, sharing, and player technologies to the unique design of the tablet. With a tap of the screen, users can play any song from any of their computers, anywhere in the world. The system also offers digital picture frames that are automatically updated as new photos arrive, and the ability to share photo albums with family and friends.

With this release, Webot continues to be the most broadly deployable remote media technology in the world. In addition to browser-based media players, Webot supports the iPhone and iPod Touch, and now the Nokia N810 Internet tablet. What's more, Webot can search and stream media from Windows, MacOS, and Linux machines.

About Webot

Webot is a remote media platform that lets users play, view, and share their personal media from anywhere. Webot indexes all media across multiple Windows, MacOS, and Linux machines, making it playable and searchable from browsers and mobile devices. Users aren't limited to only the media stored on their mobile devices; instead, thousands of songs and pictures are only a click or a tap away.

Built and run by the people behind some of today's biggest networks and most popular music tools, Webot is changing how people access and interact with the photos and songs that matter to them. Whether you're just listening to music at work or sharing pictures with family and friends worldwide, Webot's service is free and easy to install.

To find out more or start using Webot today, visit http://www.webot.com.

More details on the N810 integration

The Webot application is included in Nokia's featured download page at http://www.nokia.com/OS2008. For more information on Webot's technology, including photos and a demonstration of the new N810 interface, contact Chris Amen-Kroeger at +1 415 225 5587.

SOURCE Webot

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