Chromecast

Koush teases Feedcast and MyCast apps for Chromecast

Google still has a hold on those looking to release Chromecast apps, however that shouldn't stop anyone from creating new apps and sharing the details. That being the case, we have seen several from Koush up until this point and it looks like another has recently appeared. This latest is being teased in two videos and deals with pulling in videos based on an RSS feed.

Chromecast Review: Easy to setup and easy to use, but will it stick around

Google announced the Chromecast back on July 24th and unlike some other device announcements, these became available for purchase that same day. Given a curiosity about the new platform and the low price point and Chromecast seemed like an easy purchase for many. The Chromecast dongle availability quickly dwindled and sale prices jumped on sites such as eBay. The question we have though; Will the Chromecast excitement last or will this be another quickly passing fad.

Chromecast support in the works from Hulu

It looks like Hulu support will be coming to the Chromecast. There has yet to be a date announced, however statements coming from Hulu rep Meredith Kendall did confirm that work is underway. We will have to keep an eye out for an updated Hulu Plus app to land in the Google Play Store, but in the meantime, the confirmation does give subscribers something to look forward to getting.

Koush builds Chromecast app to share anything from your gallery

He should need no introduction at this point, but the popular Android modder and hacker Koush has been busy working on some new treats for Google's Chromecast device. It's only been available for under a week, is sold out in most places, and has some serious potential. And Koush is proving that already. Using the beta SDK he's developed an app allowing a user to cast pictures, videos and more all from their device gallery.

Chromecast support eyed by Vimeo, Redbox Instant

The Internet is ablaze with news and details about Google's new streaming video device and there isn't any indicator of things mellowing down soon. And it seems that online video streaming services are getting ready to jump into the Chromecast bandwagon with Vimeo and Redbox Instant expressing interest in supporting the device.

Dell ships thumb-sized Android PC to testers

Merely days after Google revealed its Chromecast device, Dell has started shipping test units of its own take on the "computer on a stick" concept. Named Project Ophelia, the Android-powered thumb PC is aimed to be an affordable, lightweight PC alternative, according to Pund-IT principal analyst Charles King.
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