By now, most people have at least heard of “cloud computing” and DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance), even if they’re not entirely sure what it is and how it works. Now, I’m not the most integrated circuit in the chipset. But we wanted to test this Tony Stark-level technology on someone who is more in ... Read More »
Most high-end Android phones now ship with wireless, media streaming apps that support DLNA devices, but many older phones can also enjoy this cool feature with free apps from the Android Market.
Early this morning, T-Mobile announced the new myTouch. The new T-Mobile myTouch features Qualcomm’s second-gen 1GHz MSM8255 Snapdragon processor, a 3.8 inch WVGA capacitive display, 5MP camera capable of 720p video recording, front-facing camera for video calling (through Qik and yahoo Messenger), and the Genius button. Just like HTC’s recently announced Desire HD and Desire ... Read More »
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Most new Android phones now have DLNA support built in, which allows users to wirelessly stream audio, pictures, and video to their HDTV. Unfortunately most older HDTVs do not support DLNA so HTC is releasing a device this fall, codenamed Tube, which adds DLNA functionality to existing sets.
The Tube connects to any HDTV that ... Read More »
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