Google announced several new things at Google I/O 2014, and one of these is that its HDMI plug-in device Chromecast will be able to provide casting functionality even when an Android device... and the Chromecast are not connected to the same WiFi network. Previously, this was confirmed to be done through geo-location data, whereby Chromecast will authenticate with the device by confirming...
Today’s new Google Cast features will surely keep pushing Chromecast and Google Cast to its on-going victory. Here are all the newly-announced details.
VLC was taking its sweet time, but developers state Chromecast support is in the works as we speak. This will truly unlock the power of video streaming!
Today Google took to its blog to formally announce that Chromecast is now officially supported by several new apps.
In this week’s Google Play Weekly, we talk more about Portal coming to Android, an infuriating game out of Rovio, and more Android apps news you can’t miss!
A new update for the Android PlayOn app brings Chromecast support, and in turn allows Google’s media dongle to access many new media ‘channels’.
MLB.com At Bat has received a new app update today that finally brings Chromecast support to the mix! Of course you’ll need a subscription to enjoy access to all the games.
With Amazon throwing its hat into the media streaming ring, it’ll be interesting to see how it compares to the competition. Here’s a look at the Chromecast vs Fire TV!
On May 29th, Aereo will update its app to add support for the Chromecast, bringing us local TV channels directly to Google’s popular media dongle.
Rhapsody and Napster subscribers on Android can now send music to their TV through Chromecast. Rhapsody and Napster are two more in a long line of apps that have added support for the Google Chromecast since the cast sdk was released in February. And with each new app, users gain a greater bang for their buck from this $35 streaming device.