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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.

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Contains non-free software

It has plenty of free software, but it does include numerous non-free programs such as Skype, Google Talk, Flash. I'm not certain about the shipped media codecs but I also imagine them to be non-free.