The Logitech Circle line of cameras isn’t new, but Logitech is now pushing a new feature to them via an update. The original Logi Circle and the newer wired and wire-free Circle 2 cameras now feature Google Assistant support.
The functionality is limited at this time, but you can ask ... Read More »
Google’s goal of interconnecting its services and devices is slowly advancing. A major player is the Google Assistant, which expands across numerous devices and allows users to control hardware and services with voice commands. Fragmentation has proven to be an issue, however, with some abilities only available for Google Home users ... Read More »
Getting a casting notification on every device every time someone in the house starts to stream something on the Chromecast or Google Home can definitely be annoying, especially if you have multiple casting devices in the house. You can turn them off, but you have to ... Read More »
Google has spent several years working on virtual assistant technology, trying a variety of approaches. In 2016, Google announced the Google Assistant, the start of a project that would encompass what it had learned from previous attempts. Designed to work across a variety of devices with natural language skills, Assistant has quickly proven ... Read More »
It’s not often that major functionality comes to older products via a free software update, but that’s exactly what’s happening with Onkyo and Pioneer receivers. The two companies have announced that their newer receivers are getting an update with Chomecast functionality.
Unlike many streaming functions, Chromecast doesn’t actually need special ... Read More »
The Chromecast is a great little device that allows you to stream content from your phone to a TV without any hassle (usually). The Chromecast Ultra one-ups that with 4K and HDR support, making it even better for the modern living room.
The Ultra is currently $10 off from now ... Read More »
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 »
At Google’s upcoming October 4 event, the company is expected to debut not only a pair of new Pixel-branded smartphones, but also a brand new Chromecast device that will stream 4K content. Just days ahead of its reveal, the Chromecast Ultra has surfaced in newly-leaked images.