Today is a busy day for Google. The latest product to be released alongside the Pixel and Daydream View is the Chromecast Ultra.
The Chromecast Ultra will function exactly the same as a regular Chromecast, except it has support for 4k content, HDR content and Dolby Vision. It also has an included ethernet port for ... Read More »
What’s the point of having a high-quality music streaming service if you can’t stream the music wherever you want? Thankfully, the Tidal apps for Android and iOS have finally been updated to support Google Cast.
From now on, you’ll be able to stream your music to any Google Cast-compatible device, like a Read More »
The lucky few that have Google Fiber have it good enough as it is, and almost every tech nerd is green with envy. But Fiber is about to get significantly better with a simple update to the Fiber TV box.
This update adds Google Cast functionality to the box, turning it ... Read More »
Android TV started out a bit rocky, but it’s getting lots of support from hardware manufacturers now. Google has announced that Sony’s 2016 BRAVIA lineup and Sharp’s Net Player will both feature Android TV, adding to the list of hardware that includes it.
Google Cast, the technology behind the Chromecast we all know and love, has grown into much more than just part of a single streaming device. It’s now a technology used across many devices made by many manufacturers. It’s a great way of streaming content from mobile devices to the big screen, and ... Read More »
When Google created the Chromecast, it gained plenty of attention. But one downside of the Chromecast is that it’s still an accessory that you have to plug into your TV. With the rise of smart TVs that have the tech built directly into them, it’s becoming slightly antiquated to continue plugging accessories into ... Read More »
Between deals and new functionality being brought to Google’s pint-sized streaming stick, it feels like there is always something to report on the Chromecast. Today is no different, and it actually adds some particularly notable channels to the Chromecast catalog.
CBS All Access, Fox Now, FX Now and HGTV will now all deliver ... Read More »
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.