There are no shortage of set-top Android media boxes on the market, though most offer a substandard interface that was never designed to work through a TV. Ouya tried (and arguably failed) to create an Android-based game console; Amazon has seen success with their Fire brand; and now Google has entered the fray with its Nexus Player. Show More Summary
Teewe is an HDMI dongle that allows you to stream media wirelessly from your smartphone to a television. It's similar to Google Chromecast although made for the Indian market and focuses on local content – movies and TV shows. TeeweShow More Summary
Today, Sling TV announced that it will be available on all the devices supported by the Android TV platform, including the Google Nexus Player. The announcement is a win-win for both Sling and Google, in that customers who sign up for...Show More Summary
Sling TV today announced its app for the Android TV platform which now puts this over-the-top internet TV streaming service on all devices running Android TV, including the Nexus Player by Google. To commemorate this collaboration Sling TV and Google are launching a promotion which will put the Nexus Player in customers’ hands for half price. Show More Summary
A few new apps are supporting Chromecast this week, bringing even more content to cord cutters who utilizes Google’s HDMI dongle. The apps with newly added casting support are CBS All Access, FOX NOW, HGTV, Pluto TV, FXNOW, and Haystack. ...Show More Summary
Google has just announced that CBS, HGTV, FOX NOW, FXNOW, Pluto TV and Haystack TV have all gained Chromecast support.
The Chromecast is about to get a slew of new content. Google revealed today that their affordable little dongle is now officially supported by a handful of new TV streaming services, as well as their Android apps on Google Play.
Google today said a bunch of mobile video apps have been updated with support for its Chromecast product. Android device owners can stream video from the CBS All Access, FOX NOW, FXNOW, HGTV, Pluto TV, and Haystack TV apps on their handset or tablet to their TV via Chromecast. Show More Summary
Even more great high-end content is arriving on Chromecast. Building on the announcement of Chromecast support by CBS today, Google has announced that another round of big name media apps are adding support for the video playback system.
Ever since Google launched the Chromecast in July 2013, the company has been steadily updating it by adding new capabilities and features. Today, the company has announced six new apps for its $35 streaming media stick: CBS All Access, HGTV, FOX Now, FXNOW, Pluto TV, and Haystack. While the last one is a news app […]
Google's Chromecast now offers live video apps Haystack and Pluto TV, as well as new shows from CBS and Fox.
Google employees may soon be dining at Anthony Bourdain's food market. The TV food celebrity is negotiating to take 100,000 square feet, the entire retail portion, at the proposed mixed-use... To view the full story, click the title link.
Dish is the latest tech company that wants to become a wireless carrier. A confidential document obtained by Yahoo Finance reveals that the satellite TV provider plans to offer wireless voice, data, and video services. The documentsShow More Summary
HTC today provided a significant update to its Zoe photo/video editing and sharing app. The app now supports Google's Chromecast, which will let users cast a Zoe video from their phone to a Chromecast-equipped TV or other device. The...Show More Summary
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Siri can understand what you say. Google can take dictation. Even your new smart TV is taking verbal orders. So is there any doubt the National Security Agency has the ability to translate spoken words into text? But precisely when the...Show More Summary
"Mad Men," as it nears the finish line after eight years on TV, is getting a virtual retrospective on Google Play that will allow fans to relive the show's run -- a promo that includes free streaming access to the series' very first episode. Under a pact with Lionsgate, Google Play is debuting "The Mad Men Experience," at madmen.withgoogle.com. Show More Summary
Google Play has launched a multimedia website to help celebrate the end of the Mad Men TV series, and has also made the first episode of the show available for free. On Sunday, May 17, the final episode of the acclaimed TV series Mad Men will be shown on AMC. Show More Summary
It's always made sense to pre-order books, movies and TV shows on Google Play, but why hasn't anyone ever thought to allow users to pre-register for apps and games? Well, Google has.
Euro customers: 'Well, that was unexpected' Google has surprised European fans of its Chromecast TV dongle by suddenly acknowledging a screw-up with the vid-streaming device, after effectively stonewalling complaints late last year....