A new technology helps PCs, TVs and other devices talk to each other, but some things get lost in translation. We put six new DLNA-certified rigs to the test
By Steve MorgensternPosted 10.25.2007 at 2:00 am 0 Comments
Anyone who's attempted to share a broadband connection among multiple computers knows that the line between networking and not-working is nerve-frayingly thin. For a true adventure in agitation, though, try feeding your computer-based music, photo and video files to your TV and home A/V equipment.