DLNA certification ensures a device has been tested and proven compatible with various CE, PC and mobile devices designed according to the DLNA Interoperability Guidelines. Products certified by DLNA will bear a logo that will give consumers peace of mind that the device they are purchasing has undergone rigorous testing and conforms to the Interoperability Guidelines.
It's been a year since the launch of Justin.TV -- a site featuring "lifecasters" -- people who broadcast their lives on the internet via live video 24/7. What's your take on the "lifecasting" phenomenon? Do you find it engaging to tune into other people's lives on the web?
With the continually increasing amount of digital video cameras and broadband internet Lifecasting is only going to get bigger. Don't forget there are several new services that allow you to Lifecast right from the camera of your mobile phone. Three off the top of my head are Qik, Flixwagon, and Seesmic.
I don't regularly watch Justin.TV or other Lifecasters but I occasionally watch them. I find it most interesting when the lifecaster attends a conference or event that I myself am interested in. It's like getting a first person view of the conference when you're not able to be there.
For those of you wondering, What happened last Wednesday?! Where are the Thai Truck photos?!
Sorry I didn't go to Thai Truck last Wednesday. I know that might be shocking to some of you, but I have a good reason. I was at Tokyo Disney Sea with my co-workers. The Software Testing Team went to Disney Sea as part of team building. Instead of photos of Thai Food, here are some photos from the trip to Disney Sea that I took with my Nokia N82. (For the fans of my food photos don't worry I took some photos of food there also.)
Wireless Internet & Mobile ComputingI have been analyzing wireless communications for more than 28 years. I am president of Wireless Internet & Mobile Computing, a pioneering consulting firm that helps create new and enhance existing wireless data businesses in the United States and abroad. Previously, I created the world's first wireless data newsletter, wireless data conference, cellular conference and FM radio subcarrier newsletter. I was instrumental in creating and developing the world's first cellular magazine. I also helped create and run the first association in the U.S. for the paging and mobile telephone industries.
The Tokyo St. Patrick's Day Parade took place today in Omote-sando, Harajuku, Tokyo. The parade was scheduled from 2-4 PM but it was shorter than that. The parade today started a little after 2 and was over by 3 PM. But it was still great. Nice to see lots of people showing their spirit by wearing green and Irish style clothes. Below are some photos from the parade taken with my Nokia N82. There are lots more on my Flickr account if you want to see more of them.
James Cracknell made the journey from England to Morocco by human
power alone, he travelled with a Nokia N82 equipped with all
the technology he needs to navigate his way across the continent and
keep in touch with family and fans while en route. James made
the mammoth 1,431 mile journey in less than ten days, raising thousands
of pounds for Sport Relief on the way.
He's only gone and done it! James has proven how close Africa is, using his own body strength to arrive in just 10 days.He's capsized, suffered from saddle sores and braved shark infested waters - but the challenge isn't over yet...James wants to raise at least £200,000 so now needs you to show your support.Back Cracknell: