Trevor Noah’s Daily Show has already premiered, and so he has already been welcomed into our TV homes, but as of a few weeks ago he was still a relatively unknown quantity. Being tech-savvy and knowing that people will often Google something...Show More Summary
After Google introduced the first Chromecast two years ago, HDMI dongles quickly became one of the best cheap ways to stream the internet to your TV. Now, the competition is hotter than ever. We compared the Roku stick, Fire TV stick, and the latest version of the Chromecast to find out which one belongs in your living room. Read more...
“On its face, it’s insane that the biggest e-retailer in the world, looking at the stunningly lucrative consumer electronics market, would stop selling some of its biggest sellers. As of this writing, Google Chromecast was the sixth-best seller in Amazon’s US electronics store, and Apple TV was 14th — two of just a handful of […]
Google’s services are easily accessible from nearly every OS. Because of this, you probably log into Gmail from plenty of devices: phones, laptops, tablets or TVs. Google keeps a log of all that activity including devices used to access Gmail, the IP address, state, and when the access was granted. Show More Summary
A frenzied week ended with a spirited podcast in our bureau here on Friday.
It looks like the Google has some goodies for those who happen to be rocking to the Android TV platform in their respective homes, and since Fall TV happens to be quite a big thing in our lives, hopefully the announcement that sees Android TV offer Showtime, HBO Now and CBS All Access will brighten up your day. Show More Summary
This week’s Android Circuit includes news from Google's event on Tuesday, initial reviews on the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, a look at the Pixel C tablet, the highlights of the Nexus Engineers' AMA, details on the two new Chromecast models,...Show More Summary
Google has just announced that Showtime and HBO Now are finally available for the Android TV.
Amazon's move to ban sales of Apple TV and Google Chromecast from its site is neither bold nor brash. It is just another shot fired in the escalating war to own the shopper's heart and mind (and wallet).
Amazon is kicking Google's Chromecast and Apple's TV off its store shelves, citing customer confusion. Right.
Amazon's ban on Chromecast and Apple TV smells worse than month-old fish
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As the definition of “watching TV” moves further away from meaning “paying for cable,” a number of major tech companies, including Apple, Amazon, Google, Roku and others, are angling to make their streaming media player the connected TV box of choice for those cutting the cord. Show More Summary
"It's important that the streaming media players we sell interact well with Prime Video in order to avoid customer confusion," the company said in a statement.
Google has made more content available to its Android TV product, including programs from CBS, HBO, and Showtime. The streaming television service has also gained access to Disney Movies Anywhere, EPIX, WWE, and UFC. The apps associated with these content providers are now available in the Android TV app store. Show More Summary
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Amazon bars the sale of Apple and Google TV devices 2 October 2015 From the section Business Image copyright AP Amazon is to stop selling video-streaming devices from Google and Apple because they don’t “interact well” with its own media service. The online retailer said it wants to sell products that work with its in-house […]
Oct. 1 -- Amazon is flexing its e-commerce muscles to gain an edge on competitors in the video-streaming market by ending the sale of devices from Google and Apple that aren't easily compatible with Amazon's video service. Bloomberg's Tom Giles has
“Amazon said on Thursday that it would stop selling devices from Apple and Google that compete with its own streaming media players, escalating the entertainment battle between the major tech companies,” reports The New York Times. Writes TechCrunch, “In an anti-competitive move...
Amazon will stop selling certain competing video streaming products, according to report by Bloomberg, which TNW has confirmed. It kinda sucks. Amazon emailed its marketplace sellers to indicate it will stop selling Google’s Chromecast and Apple TV next month. Show More Summary