Open source community makes YouTube browsing on Neuros OSD

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The Neuros OSD is a great linux based media player you can hack up to do all sorts of interesting things, the latest is a YouTube browser…

Neuros announced today that it’s releasing a beta version of a YouTube browser for its award-winning Neuros OSD. With this release, the device can now be used to easily browse and play the entire YouTube video collection on any TV, both standard and high definition. Functionality already in this release includes keyword searching and browsing by category and rating. Future releases will bring user interface improvements and added functionality such as sharing, subscriptions, and much more.

This application was made possible by Neuros worldwide community of open source developers. These developers work closely with Neuros internal team, and their contributions are quickly incorporated into the company’s releases. “Everybody wins with open source”, said Neuros software chief, Michael Gao. “Our users benefit because our products are continuously improving and have built-in obsolescence protection; our developers get their efforts recognized and included in official releases; and, of course, we get to provide a really cool product and user experience.”

YouTube on the TV with the OSD | OdNT – Link.

2 thoughts on “Open source community makes YouTube browsing on Neuros OSD

  1. samurai1200 says:

    For being so smart about Neuros, he sure did suck at recording his own voice.

    It’s not rocket science… or brain surgery.

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