Definition of DLNA
DLNA, or Digital Living Network Alliance was set up by Sony in 2003 as ostensibly a private cloud that allows devices to share photos, music and video with each other. As an example, sending photos to a wireless printer from your phone or screening a film stored on your laptop on your TV.
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