Demand for Google’s $35 HDMI dongle was certainly underestimated, the company itself said that. Launched earlier this year, Chromecast lets users stream content from their mobile devices or PCs to the TV. The dongle is plugged into a...Show More Summary
Editor’s note: Chromecast is a new technology from Google that allows you to plug it into a HDMI port on your television, and then you can literally “fling” programs from your mobile, tablet or laptop device to your TV screen, … Continue reading ? Google Chromecast Product Review: How Useful Is It For Soccer Fans? is a post from World Soccer Talk.
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Not to be outshined by Google's announcement that more apps were joining the Chromecast revolution, Apple TV today made its entertainment repertoire a bit richer. As 9to5Mac reports, Cupertino's tiny box is now giving viewers access to applications...
Google’s Chromecast just added 10 more apps, which more than doubles its existing numbers. The new apps are: Vevo, Red Bull.TV, Songza, The Washington Post’s PostTV, Viki, Revision3, BeyondPod, Plex, Avia and RealPlayer Cloud. continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
GigaOM’s Janko Roettgers reports that Google’s $35 Chromecast TV stick has added support for 10 new streaming media services: Plex, aVia, RealPlayer, BeyondPod, PostTV, Songza, RedbullTV, Revision3, VEVO and Viki. Chromecast gets Plex, Vevo, RealPlayer, Viki and more with massive app update [GigaOM]
Every time Chromecast adds another officially supported app, traditional TV viewing dies yet another death. And so it goes that Google's low-cost dongle's about to beef up beyond its already stellar, and increasingly robust, line-up of streaming...
Google has today announced that an additional ten applications for Android and iOS now support Chromecast streaming. VEVO, Red Bull.TV, Songza, and more have been updated to allow users to enjoy news, sports, and music on their $35 dongle. Apps like … Read more ›
Following yesterday's news that Google might work on a new "Nexus TV" set-top box and my remark, that Google's Chromecast is less successful but at the moment only something for the tech savvies, Google today announced that new apps available for Chromecast. Show More Summary
As successful as Google is in many areas, the Internet giant has still not archived to seriously get its foot into the living room. Sure, we have seen Google TV and the Google Chromecast, but while the first one was everything but successful, the second one gained some attractiveness by tech savvies. Show More Summary
Google has today announced a raft of new apps with support for its $35 TV dongle, Chromecast, that suddenly makes it a whole lot more useful and appealing. While a public SDK still eludes us, the latest apps with support for Chromecast includes such popular names as Plex, Songza and VEVO. Show More Summary
Google's media streaming dongle Chromecast is getting more useful just in time for the holidays. Today Google announced that it is supporting 10 new apps for the Chromecast including VEVO, Red Bull.TV, Songza, PostTV, Viki, RevisionShow More Summary
Google this morning announced a new cadre of apps for its Chromecast streaming appliance — as well as the ability to cast local content to your TV. The new apps include the likes of VEVO, Red Bull.TV, Songza, PostTV, Viki, Revision 3 and BeyondPod. Show More Summary
Google today announced that 10 applications have added support for its Chromecast media device. Now, smartphone or tablet owners can push content from Vevo, Red Bull.TV, Songza, PostTV, Viki, Revision 3, and BeyondPod to their television. Show More Summary
Google is working on yet another set-top box that will bring Web TV like Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube to actual big screen TVs, according to Amir Efrati of The Information. The new gadget will be Google's latest in about a half dozen attempts. Show More Summary
Google has been steadily adding functionality to its $35 Chromecast device in an effort to rival the more expensive Apple TV, but its biggest leap forward might be on the way soon.
Time Warner Cable announced they will be adding its TWC TV application to another platform this week, with many speculating it might possibly land on either the Apple TV or Google Chromecast. It looks like Time Warner Cable isn’t just...Show More Summary
Kevin Bacon is a goofball. The actor has poked fun at his career in several offbeat commercials, including one for Logitech and Google TV where he played an average Joe creepily obsessed with none other than Kevin Bacon. In one fromShow More Summary
Google might have a set-top box in the works, but that's not necessarily a positive for Google investors: Big G has already tried and failed before in this category.
A brand-new subscription news site called The Information published a story this week saying Google would launch a product within the next seven months called Nexus TV. I believe and hope the story is true. Because I’m rooting for Google … Read more ›