Google’s Android is on a lot of different form factors out there, including smartphones, tablets, cars, watches, and televisions. It can be tough for a developer to be on all of those devices at once, but Google wants to help.
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Lots of folks got excited by the Google Cast for audio announcement earlier this week because it’ll make beaming music to your speakers (so long as they’re compatible) super easy. However, there is one company that’s not super into Google Cast for audio.
The Google Chromecast became extremely popular last year, having broken into the mainstream market at a pace unusual for Google hardware. Thanks to the low price tag, ease of use, and recommendation of countless websites, Chromecast use has skyrocketed.
But while Google Cast can currently cast music and video to TVs using Chromecast ... Read More »
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Based on Google’s own words at the announcement and the devices very name, Chromecast, it would be a reasonable assumption that the highly sought after new $35 dongle from Google was running some variant of Chrome OS. The people at GTVHacker have found that instead the Chromecast is instead running a ... Read More »
Chromecast seemed like the ultimate Google TV killer to some, even though they are both made by the same company. But we assure you, Google TV still has a large purpose. Even though it’s not being used to anywhere near its full potential, Google TV is so much more useful. With Android apps, unlimited streaming ... Read More »