When Google I/O 2016 ended, we walked away thinking that it was a bit underwhelming. We even wrote an article on why we think Google has run out of ideas, and is simply rejigging existing ideas and passing them off as new ones. Continue reading Google Home is a speaker with the innards of a Chromecast
Google’s Chromecast was a hit as soon as it launched: It made your TV smarter, and had an intuitive interface with your smartphone as a remote. Best of all, it was $35, bringing it into impulse-buy territory. Continue reading Chromecast is being rebranded into Google Cast
Year by year, the eCommerce Industry is exploding in size, with billions of dollars being spent on online purchases. A large chunk of these purchases occur on Amazon, which is the world’s largest online shopping portal. Continue reading Amazon is banning the Chromecast and the Apple TV from its Website
Online video-streaming has really grown in popularity, and the concept of cord-cutting is gaining more acceptance. With the advent of content providers like Netflix and Hulu, and the emergence of hardware support from Roku and Apple have helped expand the field of Online Streaming. Continue reading Report: A Chromecast for Speakers is on the way
Google’s Chromecast is a $35 device that took the world by storm, what with its simplicity and elegance that helped it finds its way into many a couch potato. Continue reading Google is adding Ethernet to the Chromecast
The Chromecast is a tiny $35 Device that can instantly turn your dumb TV into a Smart TV. It can access Streaming Services, meaning that you can view Netflix on the big screen without shelling out too much. Continue reading Walmart launches its own Streaming Stick: The Vudu Drive
Streaming Sticks like the Chromecast have become extremely popular, because of their cheap prices and their ability to make any TV a Smart TV just by plugging them in. Continue reading Intel announces a $150 HDMI Stick that transforms your TV into a Windows PC
AirPlay and AirDrop are now core-parts of iOS, and make it really convenient to interact between devices. iOS Devices specifically, as due to Apple’s locked-down OS, these admittedly-convenient Features are limited to Devices made by Apple.
Google somewhat tackled AirPlay with Chromecast, and now it seems to be getting ready to tackle AirDrop with its own Competing Standard, called Copresence, according to reports by Android Police. Continue reading Report: Google has a an AirDrop Competitor called Copresence, and it is Cross-Platform
Google’s Chromecast is an amazing little Device, and it is dirt-cheap at $35. You can send Media to it from all your Devices, stream Videos and also mirror the screen of your Android Device.
It turned out to be pretty successful, as for $35, it was packed with features. Soon other Streaming Sticks appeared on the Market, and now it seems Amazon too is bringing out its own Streaming Stick. Continue reading Amazon brings in a Chromecast Competitor: The Fire TV Stick, and you can get it for $20
The Browser Wars between the giants Mozilla and Google is being expanded on to other fields. Continue reading Report: Mozilla developing a Chromecast Competitor that runs Firefox OS