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  • Xbox One Getting Mobile TV Streaming, Plus DLNA And USB Playback

    Xbox One Getting Mobile TV Streaming, Plus DLNA And USB Playback

    Microsoft is still listening to fans when it comes to adding features to the Xbox One. A new update that will begin rolling out to people in the early access program this month adds a number of top requests, including media playback from USB or DLNA that will support a bunch of new file formats, including mpeg 2 TS and MKVs. The One will also gain the ability to stream TV on a local network… Read More

  • Add AirPlay To Your Old 30-Pin iPhone Dock With The Auris Skye Kickstarter Project

    Add AirPlay To Your Old 30-Pin iPhone Dock With The Auris Skye Kickstarter Project

    Old iPhone docks are a depressing sight in this world of Lightning cables and connectors, sitting with their 30-pin connector exposed and lonely. There are a number of Bluetooth accessories that you can use with those devices, including one from accessory-maker Auris called the freeDa. But their latest project is a similar attachment that brings AirPlay and DLNA streaming to those docks. The… Read More

  • Boxee TV Update Adds Vudu 3D Content And DLNA Streaming From Computers And Mobile Devices

    Boxee TV Update Adds Vudu 3D Content And DLNA Streaming From Computers And Mobile Devices

    Boxee TV has a new firmware update making its way out to its connected set-top boxes this week, which includes a number of big improvements including the addition of DLNA streaming. Spotted by GigaOM, the update also adds 3D streaming of content from Vudu, the video streaming service from Walmart, and changes to its TV guide and notification settings. Read More

  • Zapstreak Goes Global With Public SDK Launch For Its AirPlay For Android Solution

    Zapstreak Goes Global With Public SDK Launch For Its AirPlay For Android Solution

    Poznan, Poland-based startup Zapstreak has just brought its AirPlay-style media streaming solution for Android out of beta, making the SDK it provides available to developers worldwide after a six-month extended testing period. The company’s tech allows Android developers to build music, video or picture-streaming right into their app. But will new options change Zapstreak’s chances… Read More

  • It’s Better Than Nothing: Nokia Play To App Brings DLNA To Lumia Phones

    It’s Better Than Nothing: Nokia Play To App Brings DLNA To Lumia Phones

    Nokia is beefing up its Lumia handsets with a bit of DLNA baked into its Nokia Play To app for Windows Phone. The app is currently in beta and available for download at Nokia’s Beta Labs. The company debuted the app last summer for Symbian handsets (demo video below). Do you know what’s great about DLNA? Nothing. It’s Apple’s AirPlay done wrong. The two sharing… Read More

  • Sharp Releases Three New Blu-ray Players

    Sharp plans to release three new Blu-ray players this month starting at $249. All players will be 3D and WiFi ready (BD-HP25U with optional wireless dongle), and will support Netflix, YouTube, VUDU, and Pandora. Also, video playback streamed from home DLNA servers. The two higher models, the BD-HP75U and BD-HP35U feature IP control to take advantage of mobile apps. Read More

  • PlayOn adds local media playback, brings .avi & .mkv support to the Moxi HD DVR

    I’m so excited. MediaMall has updated its DLNA software, PlayOn, to support local network media playback within the app. The streaming app was always a solid way to playback Hulu, Netflix, and YouTube on any DLNA device like the Archos devices, the PS3, Xbox 360 and so many others. In fact, this was Digeo’s solution to bring Internet media to the Moxi HD DVR. However, the app… Read More

  • Western Digital announces 8 TB ShareSpace systems


    Western Digital today announced that its ShareSpace high-speed network storage systems are now available with 8 TB of capacity and are DLNA Certified for media streaming. Click on for features and pricing. Read More

  • Nokia N95 gets DLNAified

    Just a quick announcement for those keeping track at home. The N95 8GB is the first mobile phone to receive such a certification and is now recognized as a Mobile Digital Media Server. Now you can share whatever content you have wirelessly! Isn’t that fanfreakintastic? Press Release Read More