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AirPlay no longer requires a Wi-Fi network in iOS 8

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Apple has made yet more improvements to AirPlay in iOS 8 by enabling compatible devices to make direct connections with each other for content streaming. This eliminates AirPlay’s reliance on a Wi-Fi network and fixes one of its biggest limitations.

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DLNA Media Streaming Comes To iOS Devices With Skifta From Qualcomm Atheros

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If you own a relatively recent Android device, it’s likely to support a nifty feature called DLNA, which allows you to stream content directly from your device to a whole host of compatible devices, including televisions, stereos, and Sony’s PlayStation 3. It’s very similar to AirPlay, only it supports a far greater range of devices, and doesn’t require an Apple TV.

Well now you can enjoy DLNA streaming on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch thanks to Skifta, a new iOS app from Qualcomm Atheros.

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Ok, Now We’re Talking: Gorgeous New Wireless Dock From Altec Lansing [CES 2012]

Ok, Now We’re Talking: Gorgeous New Wireless Dock From Altec Lansing [CES 2012]

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Ok, Now We’re Talking: Gorgeous New Wireless Dock From Altec Lansing [CES 2012]LAS VEGAS, CES 2012 — The last Altec Lansing dock we reviewed, the Bluetooth-equipped InMotion Air, left us with a weird taste — it was just too funky. AL’s new LIVE 5000 more than makes up for this: It looks *really* stunning up close — and sounds fantastic to boot.

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