The Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) group work towards a vision of a wired and wireless interoperable network of Personal Computers (PC), Consumer Electronics (CE) and mobile devices in the home, enabling a seamless environment for sharing and growing new digital media and content services. [Source: Adapted from DLNA Web site]
- Digital Media Boost
Abbreviated as DMB, an Intel technology that is used to improve thread synchronization to enhance intensive PC gaming. Intel Advanced Digital Media Boost enables 128-bit instructions to be executed at 1 per clock cycle, which effectively doubles the speed of execution.
- Digital Negative
Abbreviated as DNG, Digital Negative is a type of container format that was designed by Adobe to hold raw digital camera files, including proprietary raw files, and its associated information, like metadata in an XMP format.
A service offered by Hughes Network Systems that provides Internet access through private satellite dishes. Requests for Web pages go through a normal modem connection but pages are delivered through the satellite link at up to 400 Kbps (about 15 times faster than a 28.8 Kbps modem, and 4 times faster than an ISDN connection). […]
An API for manipulating and displaying three-dimensional objects. Developed by Microsoft, Direct3D provides programmers with a way to develop 3-D programs that can utilize whatever graphics acceleration device is installed in the machine. Virtually all 3-D accelerator cards for PCs support Direct3D. Another 3-D standard offering similar functionality is OpenGL.
A software interface standard for transferring video processing from a PC’s CPU to the video adapter. The standard was first developed by Intel and called the Display Control Interface (DCI) and is now supported by Microsoft with the name DirectDraw as a registered trademark. When the CPU is not busy, the Windows Graphics Display Interface […]