Jeffrey stops by the DLNA booth, but before we get to that, if you want to understand what DLNA is, the we recommend you visit their Wikipedia page. They are showing off some cool devices with that act as DLNA servers, such a home media server, Droid X, laptops, TV’s, Blu-ray players, and an iPad. Their new iPad app allows user to stream content from a server or upload content to a server. With over 200 companies manufacturing DLNA-compatibles devices (and more coming) it could become the defacto standard for media content. For more information you can visit the DLNA website.
Interview by Jeffrey Powers of The Geekazine Podcast.
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