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YouTube Kids app expands to more smart TVs, Android TV support in the works

Google is expanding the reach of its YouTube Kids app to cover more smart televisions from Sony, Samsung and LG, with Android TV support in the works.

Burger King recruits gamers to sell Whoppers to their teammates

Burger King is on a tear right now. First it’s trying to hijack your Google Home via your TV, and now it’s trying to infiltrate your video games. The Spanish Burger King channel put up a video with the hashtag “#BURGERCLAN,” detailing a new campaign to … actually, I’m not sure what the point of it is. Show More Summary

Google is fixing up Chromecast’s “Cast a tab” feature and you can try the new version now

I’ve been saying it for a few years now, but I really, really like the Chromecast — Google’s simple little dongle for streaming Netflix/Hulu/YouTube etc from your devices to your TV with just a tap or two. It does what it’s supposed to do, does it well, and doesn’t try to do anything more than that. Well.. that’s not entirely true. There’s one… Read More

YouTube Kids app now available on LG, Samsung and Sony smart TVs

This is an important expansion that probably took a bit too long to make. Google is expanding its YouTube Kids app to altogether new platforms, bringing in smart TVs from LG, Samsung and Sony. The expansion moves the YouTube Kids app...Show More Summary

Google Photos app finally lets you use AirPlay to view photos on your Apple TV

If you use Google Photos on your iPhone and iPad (and you should), you can now use AirPlay to view selected photos on your Apple TV. Google quietly added the feature in an update to the app yesterday … more…

Google Photos for iOS now streams to Apple TV over AirPlay

Google Photos for iOS can now stream images and videos to Apple TV over AirPlay. It’s just another reason why you should be using the app to backup all your precious memories. Apple makes it super-simple to backup your photos and videos to iCloud, and it has been catching up with Google Photos with features […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Google Play Movies & TV videos can now stream in 4K with NVIDIA Shield TV

A new update to the Google Play Movies & TV app allows the streaming of 4K videos on the NVIDIA Shield TV set-top box, using Android TV.

Google Photos now streams photos, video to Apple TV via AirPlay

Google on Monday updated its Google Photos app for iOS with integrated AirPlay support, meaning users can stream photos and video to the big screen with Apple TV.

Google Play Movies & TV Now Streaming in 4K on NVIDIA SHIELD

Thanks to an update for the Google Play Movies & TV app for Android TV users, streaming your content in 4K is now doable, especially if you own a set-top box capable of handling 4K like the NVIDIA SHIELD TV.  In order to watch something in 4K from Play Movies & TV, you’ll not only […] Google Play Movies & TV Now Streaming in 4K on NVIDIA SHIELD is a post from: Droid Life

Google Photos for iOS beams images to your TV with AirPlay

Google has been improving its Photos app for a while now, adding features like automatic white balance, compensation for wobbly video, social photo editing tools and even improving Apple's own Live Photos. The one thing it's been missing, however, is the ability to send your photos and videos to an Apple TV right from the app using AirPlay. Show More Summary

Drumroll please! The nominees for the Google Play Awards are...

The Google Play Awards are back! Today we’re announcing the 2017 nominees for outstanding app or game across 12 categories, including Best VR and AR Experiences, Best TV Experience, Best App for Kids, and Best Game. The winners of each category will be announced at Google I/O in May. Show More Summary

Google adds TV inventory to DoubleClick Bid Manager so advertisers can measure video campaigns across linear and digital

With viewing habits shifting from the living room environment to multiple online platforms spread throughout the house and elsewhere, broadcasters and advertisers face a unique set of challenges in their efforts to capture consumers’ attention across screens. Show More Summary

Now you can buy TV ads through Google’s DoubleClick

Google is announcing that advertisers can now buy traditional TV advertising through the DoubleClick Bid Manager. Bid Manager is the main DoubleClick ad-buying product, so Google is pitching this as a way to manage TV and online ad campaigns from the same place. Show More Summary

Amazon Fire TV Stick vs. Google Chromecast 2 – Apps, Size and Prices

Recently, Amazon released their Fire TV Stick product in India, together with a special voice remote feature. You can plug the Stick into a TV set that is compatible, so that you can surf for more content on Prime Video, Netflix and other options on your regular TV. Show More Summary

Amazon Fire TV Stick Vs Google Chromecast 2 – Which One Should You Get?

  Amazon has finally launched the much-awaited Amazon Fire TV Stick in India at Rs. 3,999. The Fire TV Stick converts your ordinary LED TV into a smart Android TV, but the golden question here is whether you really need to buy it, or if you can easily make do with some other streaming device. Show More Summary

YouTube TV review: can you finally cut your cable?

Google is taking on the cable industry by offering live TV from anywhere using only your Google account. Is it good enough to drop your TV provider?

TV Club: This time it’s personal on a simmering Billions

“Sic Transit Imperium,” Wags helpfully tells those of us frustrated with Google Translate’s inadequacies, is a Latin phrase meaning “So passes the empire.” It’s the motto on a token that secures Axe’s spot on a post-apocalyptic ark that will ensure the survival of only the wealthiest of our species. Show More Summary

When devices become too invasive

New York - A new Burger King TV commercial is designed to rigger Google’s voice-controlled speakers in viewers’ homes, adding a wrinkle o the debate over whether such devices have become too invasive. In the 15-second ad, a Burger King employee says, “OK, Google. Show More Summary

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