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Did Apple Steal DLNA's Thunder?

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_hm
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Airplay vs DLNA
_hm   2/15/2014 8:55:07 AM
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It is nice to have two different technolgy competing for market. This will make better innovation at much faster pace. Both consumer and vendor gains from this.

We should not much worry for this. This is natural evolution.

AZskibum
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Re: Kit car
AZskibum   2/15/2014 9:44:21 AM
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Yes, the UI is where the focus should be, and CE vendors won't like being told what it should do or how it should look. Despite that, many consumers find these UIs sorely lacking in ease of use.

Interoperability is one thing. The number of steps or menu selections a user must make to do what he/she wants to do is another. DLNA makes interoperability possible, but the UI determines how easy or how complicated it will be to make it happen, and there is still more work to be done in this area.

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Re: DLNA Rocks
Philosopher0923   2/18/2014 3:44:19 PM
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Plex https://plex.tv/

 

DNLA based and works with pretty much all platforms (Windows, IOS, Android, Chromecast, Roku, Smart TVs etc)

 

 

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