Google is busy announcing all sorts of awesome new products like the Nexus 7, but they just revealed something else that will throw many for a loop. Have you ever had a hard time getting video from your devices on your HDTV in the living room? Yes, I have too. The new Google Chromecast (dongle) will bring universal streaming from any device to your TV.
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Samsung is preparing their live promotional product introduction event for Thursday, and we'll be there to cover it. If you don't like having your news fed to you, and instead like to see it for yourself, you too can watch it via live stream on the Samsung site and on YouTube. Either way you enjoy it, you should be in for quite a show.
Verizon Wireless have agreed to another multi-year deal that will extend their exclusive access to NFL Mobile for Verizon customers. We're not learning any details about how long this new extension is for, but we have a feeling Verizon won't be letting go of this anytime soon. The most important part of the news is the additional features and live streaming options coming next year.
developers updated their popular MLB.com at Bat app for Android in time for the 2013 season, and today we have even better news. While their app is much better than previous years, it's the new partnership that will get you excited. T-Mobile customers will be happy to learn they'll be able to stream the Game of the Day, each day, for free.
March Madness. Just like last year today we're bringing you the official NCAA March Madness app for Android, and of course you can stream all 67 games free. Well as long as the app supports your cable provider. It's been redesigned for 2013, looks amazing, and supports nearly every single device I've ever owned or reviewed.
Google I/O 2012 registration, and flood gates might even be an understatement. With only 5,500 tickets available starting at 7:01 AM they had over 6000 clicks per second, and things sold out extremely fast. I've already seen countless angry tweets, and emails on the fact that no one that wanted to go -- actually got tickets. Even some extremely popular Android developers that could actually benefit from the event.
announced a partnership with Dial Global and to kick things off will be streaming all 67 games of the NCAA Championship tournament completely free.