Three improvements to DLNA announced at CES are going to make it the star of your home media setup. One, the consortium of companies that manage DLNA attained the right to stream digitally protected media. Two, DLNA technology now supports Wi-Fi Direct, so it can stream content from a tablet to a smartphone without a wireless router. And three, it's looking to stream television shows and movies directly from cable boxes, Internet video hubs, and other digital content movers. It’s not here yet -- there's a few content and technical issues to be worked out -- but live cable TV straight to your Android tablet is definitely something to look forward to.