While RIM never officially stated that DLNA support was involved in the new BlackBerry 7.1 OS, we have seen it become enabled. Additionally, we’ve seen it available on a BlackBerry PlayBook with the introduction of OS 2.0.

From the description and presentation of at the RIM booth in Mobile World Congress 2012, it is a service that allows sharing of photos, music and other media files such as a television or console, turning our terminal in the “media hot-spot”. RIM also used a Sony PlayStation3 to demo the connection between BlackBerry and 3rd party device.

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