RIM is out at Mobile World Congress this week showing off their wares and Piotr @BBNews.pl has been keeping an eye out on the latest updates. Some of the interesting things being shown off at the show are the new DLNA file sharing and streaming in the latest BlackBerry OS 7.1 leaks. In that display RIM is showing off how you can use wireless sharing (They don’t call it DLNA) to share music, movies, and more to your other devices over Wi-Fi.
Also interesting to see is a new The Astonishing Tribe (TAT) concept that is probably still a far way off but shows you that RIM is really pushing the envelope. It shows off five PlayBooks where you share information between the devices by simply flicking in their direction. Its a cool idea but currently requires things like cameras to see where the PlayBooks are. Still its cool to see what RIM is imagining for the future.