Monday, 04 November 2013 20:19

Xbox One will support DLNA

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Sony in the recently released FAQ, announced that a new PlayStation will not be able to serve as a media server, and will not support playback of audio CDs or MP3 files which was quite upsetting for users who also use console, beside just for playing, to enjoy other multimedia content.

Of course, we did not have to wait too long for Microsoft's response. Only a day later from MS has been confirmed that the Xbox One supports DLNA, streaming of video and audio content from the PC, and it can serve as a home media center - in other words, it can be all that PS4 can not.

For more information about DLNA support for Xbox One we will have to wait a few days, and after a quick response from Microsoft and PlayStation community disapproval is quite likely that Sony will soon change its decision, as Microsoft did after the announcement of MS regional restrictions for Xbox One.

[Ed- well, well, well... score one for Microsoft...]

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