"I left it on my computer at home" is no longer an excuse. Nokia’s N80 Internet-edition cell phone ($600; nokia.com) features software that allows you to call your hard drive and access digital media files. And if you’re hooked on shows like Lost or 24, you can DVR and then relay them through your computer to watch on your phone. Called Orb MyCasting (orb.com), this new password-protected capability employed by the N80 can be downloaded for free onto your PC.
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