There’s been quite a bit of confusion surrounding what Google wants to do with their Chrome and Nexus branded products. Are they meant for developers? Is Google looking to make a splash with consumers? Google’s Winter Wonderlabs should help clear that up a bit.
Google has erected holiday-themed Winter Wonderlabs across the United States intended ... Read More »
The Chromecast has been out for a while, but app adoption has been quite slow. Though Chromecast came with a few apps it can stream, third party services were completely left out. Luckily, Pandora has finally updated their app to support Chromecast streaming, but strangely enough it isn’t in the changelog.
A Chromecast may be cheap, but it isn’t free. What if you want to create your own Chromecast out of old devices you have lying around the house? It’s free, it’s good to recycle and it keeps electronics out of the landfill. There are already unofficial methods to allow Android devices to receive a Chromecast ... Read More »
Hot on the heels of Google expanding Chromecast compatibility to the official Hulu Plus app, those of you outside the US looking to get your hands on a Chromecast dongle won’t have to turn to the shady bowels of eBay anymore — Amazon’s got your back.
Available to order now, without so much as an ... Read More »
Every time we’ve talked about apps that expand the functionality of the Chromecast dongle, we say that the app is not publicly released. Google has kept a tight reign on the Chromecast SDK, and apps would have needed to be whitelisted to be used by the public. Koush was tired of waiting, so he decided ... Read More »
The Chromecast was only recently released, but its functionality is still a little limited. For the price, no one can complain, but there’s no denying it has more potential. It can only stream from supported apps at the moment, and while app developers are working on adding support, other developers are looking to push Chromecast ... Read More »
Have you ever sat down to watch something on your phone and thought, “Man, I wish I had a bigger screen to watch this on.” I’m willing to bet that many of us have. For years, there hasn’t been a very elegant or cheap solution to this problem. Sure, you could get a micro-USB to ... Read More »
The Chromecast was a big surprise to us, and it is an amazing addition to Google’s hardware lineup, but no one can deny it was a little limited at launch. True, it does very little locally, but cloud computing opens a ton of opportunities. It was only a matter of time before developers got to ... Read More »
The new Chromecast is a nifty device, and while it doesn’t do much out of the box, it’s plenty useful for the low price of $35. It can stream Google Play, YouTube and Netflix content. Soon it will do much more. It can also mirror a Chrome tab from a computer. But as everyone knows, ... Read More »