So screen sharing is nothing new in Android, there are all sorts of apps for that. The problem is that they’re usually Android to PC, and there are a lot of variables and whatnot that go into coding apps such as those.
Popular developer Koushik Dutta was caught in a bind when he announced recently that people from the MPEG-LA organization claimed that he had infringed on their intellectual property, specifically the x264 graphics decoder being
If you wanted to have access to your Android device from the comforts of your desktop PC, Vysor was clearly one of the best ways to do it. Set up the app add-on to your Chrome browser, install the needed drivers and tools, and
Koush – or Koushik Dutta if we’re being formal – is a rock star in app development. He’s been giving the Android community some great stuff for a while now. He was with ClockworkMod when he started out, and that name
Koush is once again pushing a major update to his AllCast. Finally, the app has gotten some Material Design elements. This means app is more than ready for Android 5.0 Lollipop. Koush says it’s more of a Material redesign
As promised last week, Koush is pushing out an update to his AllCast system that has a few new interesting features in two. But instead of a simple Android update, this one’s a double whammy as it includes the update to the
Google has just added Android screen mirroring to Chromecast last month, but what if you didn’t have the streaming HDMI dongle and only wanted to mirror to your computer? Koushik “Koush” Dutta’s AllCast
Just within days of making a splash by releasing AllCast Receiver to Google Play Store, Koushik “Koush” Dutta rolls out an update to the AllCast app. This time, it’s the AllCast sender that gets a new feature,