Neuros OSD Gets YouTube Support

Jun 30th, 2007 | By | Category: Computer Hardware, Internet TV, Streaming Video, Video

Neuros has announced that their open source set top box, Neuros OSD, now supports YouTube. Unlike the Apple TV, the Neuros OSD supports YouTube directly and can view any video in YouTube’s library.

“The fact that the Neuros OSD allows YouTube playback is even more significant when considering the way this milestone was achieved,” said Neuros’ Joe Born. “The YouTube browser was actually developed by open source community members to solve a need that they themselves had.”

Neuros actively encourages these kind of contributions on the belief that the only way a device manufacturer can keep up with the pace of Internet developments is by allowing users themselves to contribute to the device’s functionality.

Here’s a video introduction to the new feature:

 

One Response to “Neuros OSD Gets YouTube Support”

  1. dave says:

    Someone had a “need” to view YouTube?

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