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DLNA Releases New Guidelines for Viewing Subscription TV Content on Multiple Home Devices

written by: Richard Kastelein
DLNA Releases New Guidelines for Viewing Subscription TV Content on Multiple Home Devices
The Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA®) today released the organization’s CVP-2 Guidelines and announced that DLNA Members can begin certifying products to the specifications in September. The availability of devices such as TVs, game consoles, tablets, phones, PCs and set top boxes certified to the CVP-2 Guidelines will enable consumers to enjoy their service providers’ full subscriber experiences on many different screens in the home. “We are very pleased to be releasing DLNA’s CVP-2...

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Roku Adds Flicking Home Videos from Tablet or Smart Phone to TV Capability

written by: Richard Kastelein
Roku Adds Flicking Home Videos from Tablet or Smart Phone to TV Capability
Last fall, they introduced Play on Roku, a cool feature that lets you stream photos and music directly from your mobile phone to your TV via your Roku. Building on that, Roku has now launched a nifty update to the Roku iOS app (Android support is coming soon to select devices) which also adds the ability to stream videos you’ve taken with your iOS device directly to your TV. Supported devices include iPhone (3gs and later), iPad, and iPod Touch (3rd gen and later). This new feature is...

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Illiri Unveils API for Secure, Ad Hoc, Sound-Based Mobile-to-Mobile and Mobile-to-Website Data Exchange

written by: Richard Kastelein
Illiri Unveils API for Secure, Ad Hoc, Sound-Based Mobile-to-Mobile and Mobile-to-Website Data Exchange
Illiri, a pioneer in audio-based connection technology, today announced the release of a new API that lets mobile devices connect using audio and then exchange information via public or dedicated servers. The API, licensable by mobile developers, enables instantaneous mobile device-to-device and device-to-website connectivity. With iOS, Android and JavaScript APIs available, Illiri technology is compatible with virtually all mobile devices and websites. "Bluetooth, NFC and similar connection...

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Netflix and Youtube To Take on Apple Airplay with DIAL

written by: Richard Kastelein
Netflix and Youtube To Take on Apple Airplay with DIAL
Janko Roettgers from Gigaom is reporting that Netflix and YouTube are working on an open second screen protocol to take on Apple's Airplay. And it's got a slew of players onboard including Samsung, Sony, Hulu and the BBC. YouTube and Netflix have been collaborating quietly on these efforts for months. Word first got out when some inquisitive users discovered traces of DIAL back in December. The DIAL website publicly launched with little fanfare and a brief mention on Engadget earlier this...

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