I frequently share my general dislike for Best Buy because of their general lack of knowledge and seemingly inherent disregard for Chromebooks but man, they have become the place to go if you want to see a product before it’s released to the public.
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We were sitting around the office yesterday, listening to music as we often do, when I happened across an article from TechCrunch reporting that users all over the globe were experiencing some major glitches with their Google Home and Chromecast devices.
Hard to believe but our favorite streaming dongle turned four today. July 24, 2013, Google announced the 1st generation Chromecast device would go on sale for $35. Since that time, the birth of the tiny wonder has spawned an audio-only model, a second-generation Chromecast and now, the Chromecast Ultra offering 4K and HDR playback. Cheers […]
Remember back a few years when the idea of a Chromecast was new? Remember how great it was when one of the apps you really liked finally got around to adding support for it? I do. I remember thinking how much simpler and cleaner this way of watching digital content on the TV was compared […]
Chromecast support is becoming near-universal across the streaming media landscape. If you’ve been looking for it, the Chromecast button in most video players is present from NBC to CBS, ESPN to MLB.TV. Even in smaller, embedded video players on random websites, you may find that cast button available. Casting has become very, very widespread. Yet, […]
Since 2007, Grace Digital has be producing industry-leading WIFI internet radios and other audio solutions with the vision “to provide the consumer with cost effective, advanced audio solutions that perform with elegance and grace.” The latest iteration of their popular Mondo internet radio adds Chromecast built-in making it the first device of its kind with this […]
In a long over due move, SoundCloud has announced that iOS users are now able to steam their full library via Chromecast and Cast-enabled devices. Integration with Android/Chromecast devices has been a thing for a while now.
Google’s Chromecast devices are rapidly finding their way into more and more homes across the globe. Even if you haven’t brought home the popular steaming dongle, there’s a good chance you’ve looked at one or more of a growing number of devices with Chromecast built-in.
The big game is about to start. If you’re still looking for ways to watch we have some great news.
If you’re a tech-head like us here at the Chrome Unboxed office, chances are you’ve picked up a Brookstone catalog at some point in your travels. What can be best described as a toy catalog for grown-ups, the New Hampshire-based retailer specializes in a wide range of “lifestyle” products from drones to $4000 massage chairs.
On the heels of Vizio’s announcement of Google Home support for their SmartCast line-up, LG has unveiled plans to integrate the smart speakers commands into the Music Flow line of home audio equipment. The update, which has not received a release date yet, will also bring with it the ability to utilize Chromecast’s multiroom functions.
In a move made very clearly and conscisely by Google, Chromecast devices are losing any and every reference to Google Cast very soon in an effort to “help users identify the technology that they’ve come to enjoy and appreciate.”