While listening to terrestrial radio may already be a thing of the past (or a hipster retro hobby), radio itself has reinvented itself into podcasts, video podcasts that is still easily consumable by customers and subscribers.
Looks like Google is trying to fill up the casual gaming niche with its products, recently launching its first official Android TV platform in the Nexus Player – which also doubles as a casual gaming console – and now
As the new devices for 2014 roll in, a lot of the older devices and standards have had to adjust and tweak themselves to play nice with the current crop of smartphones, phablets, and tablets. One of those is Chromecast,
Retail giant Walmart is set to challenge the dominance of streaming dongles like Google’s Chromecast or Roku’s Streaming Stick with their very own VUDU Spark. Well, at least according to their FCC filing for the
For those who are living in Mexico and have been dreaming of trying out Google Chromecast from their own home, Christmas will surely come early. The streaming dongle will finally be available for the US’s neighbours,
There are still people who use Firefox as their browser on both desktops and mobiles, although that percentage is growing smaller and smaller by the year. Last year (2013), that percentage was 20.09%, if the guys at Statcounter
Google is very busy these days and I doubt if it will ever slow down. Apart from the Android 5.0 Lolllip reveal, the company also introduced the new Nexus devices, the Nexus 6 and 9, and a Nexus Player as the very first Android
Sending content from any mobile device to your TV is possible with Chromecast or Roku. Another way is to use Firefox for Android to view content from your smartphone or tablet straight to your TV as long as they are supported.
As far back as Google I/O 2014, the mothership was already talking about enabling “Guest Mode” on Chromecast devices – that is, enabling users on other WiFi networks to stream media to Google’s casting