Android devices got one step closer to interoperable wireless display sharing as the Wi-Fi Alliance announced today the launch of the Wi-Fi Certified Miracast certification program. The first consumer products certified since testing opened to vendors include the LG Optimus G and Samsung Galaxy S III, and we expect many more to follow.
Miracast make use of a Wi-Fi ... Read More »
Earlier this month I reported that the first Android devices to support the new WiFi Display industry standard would be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4, but after meeting with Texas Instruments I now believe their OMAP4 platform will enable this exciting technology ahead of the competition.
Many Android devices already support WiFi Direct, ... Read More »
Update: Snapdragon S4 could still be the first platform to enable WiFi Display, but OMAP4 is more likely to beat them to the punch.
Wouldn’t it be cool to walk into your living room and have your smartphone’s content automatically displayed on your TV? WiFi Display is a new industry standard that allows users ... Read More »