Businesses are obvious bastions of technology. However, home users are increasing in number especially for more entertainment related computer technology.com
Cnet is reporting that An alliance of tech giants on Tuesday will introduce guidelines for building PCs and electronics that will conveniently share content with one another.
As expected, the year-old Digital Home Working Group announced a new name for the group, Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA), and released guidelines, called Home Networked Device Interoperability Guidelines version 1.0, to be used by the alliance’s 145 member companies. (full story)
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