Subscribe to this page now.

Qualcomm intros Wi-Fi Display tech, Skifta, quad 1.5GHz chip

01/10, 1:35pm

Qualcomm intros wireless display, quad Snapdragon

Qualcomm at its CES keynote unveiled several new advances it plans for the new year. Device builders can now use its first Wi-Fi Display-capable chips. The component, which is using Wi-Fi Direct, lets users quickly share visual content on the local network without having to have an Internet connection. Qualcomm envisions it being used to share a web page or a photo from a phone to a TV or tablet.

more

Skifta Android app to share cloud content with DLNA devices

10/26, 2:45pm

Skifta Android app lets users stream to devices

Qualcomm Atheros just announced the release of the Skifta 1.0 Android app (free, Android Market) that will allow users to stream content from their Android devices or saved on the cloud to any DLNA-compatible device. It will offer a Channel library, that will let users access content from their Picasa, Photobucket, Soma.fm, Napster, ShoutCast, Revision 3 and TED Talks accounts or service, among others, without launching those apps separately.

more

Skifta launches Skifta DLNA media streaming app for Android

12/31, 5:00pm

Take your media and play it anywhere

Skifta has launched a new DLNA-based media streaming app for Android mobile devices running Android 2.2. Skifta, owned by mobile chip fabricator Qualcomm, takes a relatively simple approach to enabling content streaming from a userís mobile. Users download the mobile version of the app to their phone and install the desktop counterpart on their computer or NAS server. Once installed, users can stream their media content including movies, music and photos to any DLNA-enabled device including TVís, gaming consoles and Windows PCs.

more

Netgear intros network storage with TiVo, iPad hooks

07/08, 10:55pm

Netgear ReadyNAS Ultra uses Orb, TiVo sharing

Netgear upgraded its ReadyNAS network-attached storage in a major form tonight with its first Ultra devices. The four-bay Ultra 4 and six-bay Ultra 6 are built for home users who want to move as much data to a network share as possible and adds an extended amount of media sharing as a result. Both boxes can serve as remote recording space for TiVos on the network, and the spaces can be shared through Orb to be played on iPads and other iOS devices as well as Android and BlackBerry smartphones.

more

Electronista Sponsor

Electronista Newsletter

Free Technology and Gadgets Newsletter

  • We will not share your email address with anyone.

    toggle

    Most Popular

    Sponsor

    Recent Reviews

    Logitech Hyperion Fury mouse

    Selecting the correct gaming mouse comes down to finding a device that balances the needs of a user with a price they can afford. Ofte ...

    Life n Soul BM211 Bluetooth speaker

    Bluetooth speakers aren't only for listening to some music at the park or on a long bus ride, but can also be built with tablets in mi ...

    Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 2030 projector

    With high-definition televisions now the standard, 4K televisions becoming the next big thing, and plasma TVs going the way of the din ...

    Sponsor

    toggle

    Most Commented

     
    toggle

    Popular News