One of the many great features of having a Blackberry 7.1 OS smartphone is the added feature of the Blackberry Wireless Media Server, the Blackberry Media Server allows you to turn your BlackBerry into a media server and share pictures, music, and videos residing on your BlackBerry via Wi-Fi with other media devices connected to the same […]
Now here is a bit of interesting/awesome news! RIM is demoing DLNA support for BlackBerry OS 7.1 devices at Mobile World Congress 2012. RIM has never officially announced support for DLNA support so this was a bit of a shock.
RIM has shown in the latest builds of OS7.1 that DLNA sharing will be available. The team at Enefce has beat RIM to the punch by releasing a beta version on their DLNA sharing to the public.
When the PlayBook was released tons of people were hoping that it had support for DLNA. If you are not familiar with DLNA support it will let you connect the PlayBook to various other devices, enabling you to share content between them.