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Briefly: Watch ABC iOS app adds AirPlay, BitTorrent Sync 1.4

08/26, 5:07pm

Watch ABC app for iOS updated, adds AirPlay and Chromecast support

American television network ABC has updated its content streaming app for iOS. Watch ABC allows its users to view the network's shows, sports content, news and weather reports on demand - so long as a participating cable TV provider account is used to sign in to the service. Live video content is available in Chicago, Fresno, Houston, Los Angeles and other major cities, subject to the participating TV provider as well. Watch ABC v3.4.0 now includes the ability to stream content with AirPlay, via Apple TV, and as well by using Chromecast via Google Chromecast. Watch ABC for iOS is free to download, and requires iOS 5.0 or later to run.

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Briefly: ESPN Scores Pebble app released, Chromecast price cut in UK

08/22, 7:56am

ESPN creates Scores app for sporting update on Pebble smartwatch

ESPN has released an app for the Pebble smartwatch, providing results for various sporting events. The Scores app includes results from the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, college football, and college basketball, and will vibrate to notify the wearer about game updates. The app is now available to download from the Pebble App Store for iOS and Android.

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Google Play Music All Access pass offered to US Chromecast owners

07/24, 1:02pm

One-year anniversary of Chromecast celebrated with extended music trial

Google is providing owners of the Chromecast streaming dongle in the United States free access to Google Play Music All Access for 90 days. An extension of an offer which has already been made available in other Chromecast countries for some time, it is being made available to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Chromecast's launch.

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Briefly: Chrome app adds Chromecast, Skye 30-pin audio dock shipping

07/15, 7:11pm

Google's Chrome browser app for iOS adds Chromecast support

Google has updated its Chrome browser app for iOS today, adding Chromecast support. Chrome for iOS syncs tabs and bookmarks across devices, can translate webpages in any language, and allows users to open as many tabs as is desired. Chrome v36.0.19 allows mobile sites that have added Cast support to work one's Cast-enabled device. Additionally included in the update are stability-focused improvements and bug fixes. Chrome for iOS is free to download and requires iOS 6.0 or later.

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Roku, Chromecast outselling Apple TV in US, says report

07/10, 2:53am

Field expected to diversify with more entrants coming to market

Ahead of what is expected to be a significant revamp or re-invention of the Apple TV, rivals such as Roku and Google's Chromecast dongle are allegedly outselling Apple's entry in the streaming-settop-box wars, claims a new study. Though still more popular worldwide, the report from Parks Associates believes that Apple sold just over two million Apple TV units in the US last year, which if true would place it third behind Roku and the Chromecast, both of which sold about 3.8 million units in the US in the same period.

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Google updates Chromecast app for Android with screen mirroring

07/09, 3:36pm

Android users can stream smartphone display to Chromecast

Google is starting to roll out Chromecast screen mirroring to Android devices. Previously only available through Chrome for desktop, and demonstrated at Google I/O last month, the function lets smartphone users display what's on their screen on a nearby television via the Chromecast, with the update beginning to appear on devices via an update to the Chromecast app.

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Google Chromecast uses ultrasonic pulses for nearby device pairing

06/27, 7:10am

Engineer explains Google Chromecast pairing using unhearable sounds

The Google Chromecast apparently uses ultrasonic sounds to communicate with mobile devices that are not located on the local network. Revealed during a presentation by Chromecast Engineering Manager John Affaki at Google I/O yesterday, the streaming HDMI dongle will apparently play a unique ultrasonic sound via the television's speakers in order to identify itself to an unknown device.

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Google IO: Android TV coming with L, Chromecast functionality boosted

06/25, 2:00pm

New platform integrates with Android Wear controllers, Bluetooth controllers

Google is taking yet another shot at the set-top box industry. Announced today, Android TV is a new software platform with similar functionality to the Chromecast or Apple TV. The platform will be made available on a wide array of 2014 and 2015 4K television models, bringing Android integration into the living room for those investing in the new HDTV platform.

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Briefly: Aereo for Android's Chromecast support, Android's Hitman Go

06/05, 10:41pm

Streaming television broadcaster Aereo adds Chromecast support to Android app

Aereo, a television streaming service, has added Google Chromecast support to its Android app. Subcribers can now stream live broadcast television to their TV by tap the "cast" icon within the app. A beta release, any issues found can be reported to feedback@aereo.com, or through the app's feedback link. Bug fixes and performance improvements are also included in Aereo's Android app update. Though it requires a subscription to run, the Android version of Aereo can be downloaded through Google Play at no charge.

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Briefly: Chromecast support for WatchESPN, Jackery's Mini battery

06/03, 6:00pm

ESPN's WatchESPN app adds Chromecast support for iOS and Android

Available beginning today, users of ESPN's WatchESPN apps can access content with Google's Chromecast dongle. Live broadcasts can be streamed directly to users' televisions with this update, including channel content from ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN3, ESPNEWS, and ESPN Deportes.

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Briefly: UK public transport on Google Maps, Chromecast reaches Korea

05/14, 8:43am

Google adds over 17,000 UK public transport routes to Google Maps

Google Maps has been updated to include the majority of transport routes in the United Kingdom. Over 17,000 routes have been added to the app, according to The Next Web, including data for buses, trams, coaches, trains, underground services, and ferries in the country, with details for scheduling, stops, walking between stations, and other information also provided. The update will be appearing on the Google Maps site, Android, and iOS apps today.

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Briefly: Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 Keyboard Folio, Videostream for Chromecast

05/02, 7:48pm

Logitech announces new Ultrathin Keyboard Folio for Samsung Galaxy Tab 4.0 10.1

Logitech has announced the expansion of its tablet accessories line-up with the new Ultrathin Keyboard Folio for Samsung's Galaxy Tab 4 10.1. A light, protective case with a built-in Bluetooth keyboard, the Folio features Android shortcuts and keys spaced for quick tablet typing.

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Briefly: AMD Mantle API SDK enters beta, Redbox Instant on Chromecast

05/01, 9:58am

AMD starts private beta of Mantle SDK, launches resources portal

AMD has opened up a software development kit for its Mantle graphics API in a private beta. Mantle, which allows programs to call directly to AMD GPUs and APUs without passing instructions through the CPU beforehand, lowering the need for a powerful processor and bringing PC gaming in line with consoles and their reliance on AMD graphics. AMD has also set up a protected development portal for the API, providing restricted access to various Mantle resources.

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Briefly: Google Drive presents to Chromecast, Amazon wearables store

04/30, 8:45am

Google Drive adds option to broadcast presentations to Chromecast

Presentations stored on Google Drive can now be viewed on the Google Chromecast, it has been discovered. Android Police notes the Present option in the presentation creation tool within Google Drive now lists Chromecast devices on the same network under the "Present on another device" option. While the desktop browser version adds the Chromecast support, the Google Drive Android app does not, but could receive it in a future update.

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Briefly: Withings updates Pulse Tracker, Bitcasa adds Chromecast

04/22, 6:51pm

Withings updates Pulse activity tracker, adds blood oxygen monitoring

Health accessory manufacturer Withings has announced that its Pulse activity tracker has been updated with new sensor capabilities and followed the news with the release of the Pulse O2. Able to measure the user's blood oxygen level, the Pulse O2 features a new bracelet mount for wrist wearing. By measuring one's oxygen saturation level, the Pulse O2 can determine how efficiently the user is breathing during activity. The Pulse O2 is priced at $120, and is available now through Withing's online store. Existing Pulse users can adopt the new features by downloading a free firmware update.

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Briefly: Tesco confirms Hudl sequel, Chromecast offers credit in UK

04/18, 11:52am

Tesco will make successor to Hudl tablet, sold 500,000 units

Tesco has confirmed it is working on a follow-up to the Hudl tablet for release sometime this year, after revealing the British retailer sold over 500,000 units of the Android device, reports Hexus. The current model, priced at £120 ($200), has a 7-inch 1440x900 display, a quad-core 1.5GHz processor, 16GB of storage, and a stock installation of Android with apps for Tesco services pre-loaded. Specifications for the updated model remain unknown.

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Briefly: Chromecast gains MLB.TV broadcasts, live YouTube

04/17, 1:41pm

MLB.TV viewable on Google Chromecast with subscription

The Google Chromecast is now supported by the MLB.com At Bat for iOS and Android. The update allows subscribers of MLB.TV's Premium Subscription to stream live, out-of-market games and on-demand events, with a choice of home or away broadcasts also available. The MLB.TV subscription is $25 per month or $130 for the entire year, with access to the MLB.com At Bat app's features included in the price.

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Briefly: Chrome beta 35 for Android, TiVo firmware update

04/11, 8:12pm

Latest Chrome beta for Android improves Chromecast support

Google has announced that it has begun rolling out a Chrome 35 beta for Android users today. Featuring improved Chromecast support, users can now send some video clips from the browser to a Chromecast-equipped TV. Additionally, Chrome now offers full-screen videos and improved support for multi-window devices. The update is available through Google Play.

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Aereo bringing live television, DVR service to Chromecast in May

04/11, 7:12am

Chromecast support in Android app brings Aereo to televisions

Troubled television rebroadcasting start-up Aereo will be adding support for the Google Chromecast to its Android app at the end of next month, the company has announced. The move will allow customers to watch live broadcast television via the Chromecast, as well as programs recorded on the service's cloud-based DVR, starting from May 29th.

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Briefly: Logitech K830 illuminated keyboard, Chromecast code tease

04/09, 7:58am

Logitech launches K830 illuminated keyboard in US, Europe

Logitech has introduced the K830 Illuminated Living-Room Keyboard. The wireless, rechargeable keyboard has a range of up to 33 feet from its 2.4GHz USB adapter, and an integrated trackpad for mouse controls. The backlit keys, along with the multimedia keys, automatically dim and brighten based on the amount of available light, with the backlight switching off after five seconds of inactivity. Logitech is shipping the K830 in the US and Europe this month for $100.

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Briefly: Google Night Walk, Autocast Android add-on for Chromecast

04/04, 7:48pm

Google's new Night Walk offers immersive tour through Cours Julien neighbourhood in France

Google's Street View has been taken to a new level with its release of Google Night Walk, an audio-based tour through a French neighbourhood. Leading those accessing the tour though Cours Julien, a neighbourhood of Marseille, France, narrators Julie and Christophe lead users across the city, highlighting locations of note. A mini-map displays one's progress though the city, and certain hotspots initiate YouTube clips, Wikipedia segments and photo galleries, and more.

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Briefly: Bolt portable USB wall charger, BBC iPlayer on Chromecast

04/02, 11:25pm

Reign23 Bolt portable USB wall battery charger released

Reign23 has released its combination USB wall charger and rechargeable portable battery, Bolt. Its portable battery has a 3000mAh capacity, large enough for two full charges of an iPhone or other mobile device. Initially launched as a Kickstarter project in 2013, Bolt is small, at 2.75 inches by 1.33 inches by 1.10 inches. Its smart charge technology automatically bypasses the battery when fully charged, and is available in blue and black color options. Priced at $60, the Bolt USB Wall Charger and Battery can be purchased online.

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Briefly: BT Sport on Chromecast, Amazon Lockers returns

04/02, 8:45am

BT prepares sports channels for use on Chromecast

BT Sport will soon be available to watch on Chromecast in the UK. The sports channel, currently available as a paid service on Sky but free to BT Broadband customers, will appear on the streaming device in the future, reports the Financial Times. There is no mention of exactly when it will be rolling out to the Chromecast, though it seems to be likely BT will continue restricting access to anyone using their Internet service.

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Briefly: Crackle, Rdio, receive Chromecast support

03/31, 9:11pm

Crackle adds Chromecast, iOS 7 optimization

Movie and TV show streaming app, Crackle, has received an update today. Central to the app's update is its new support for Google Chromecast, allowing Crackle users to stream content from its service through to one's Chromecast device ($35), and view content on one's HDTV. Crackle features a wide variety of video media for free, including original content such as Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Available for iOS and Android devices, Crackle is free to download.

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Briefly: Showyou app adds Chromecast support, new Xbox apps

03/26, 1:00am

Showyou video content app now supports Chromecast

Video streaming app Showyou has released an update featuring Chromecast support for both Android and iOS versions. Featuring thousands of channels, users can browse through customized content guides and categories to find something specific to watch, or view content based on the app's suggestions, generated by what channels one follows.

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Google prematurely launches iOS Chromecast photo montage app

03/24, 11:19am

'Photowall for Chromecast' App available now, has no functionality

Google has inadvertently released what appears to be a partially-finished iOS application to Apple's App Store, leveraging its new Chromecast television dongle peripheral. The new iOS-only app called "Photowall for Chromecast" will at some point allow users to create a photo montage through the iOS device to a Chromecast.

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Google Chromecast goes on sale in Canada, United Kingdom, Europe

03/19, 6:06am

First international expansion of Google Chromecast since US launch

Google is performing its first major international expansion of its Chromecast streaming HDMI dongle, making it available to purchase outside of the United States for the first time. Residents in a total of 11 more countries can now buy the device through Google Play and retailers, including the United Kingdom, Canada, and a number of other European countries.

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Chromecast update sets stage for device in international markets

03/16, 1:25pm

Devices launches in UK 'very soon' with 'many more countries' to follow

A recent update to the Chromecast software reveals that countries outside of the United States may soon be able to get their hands on the inexpensive smart TV option from Google. The update adds support for over 50 languages on the Android version and 20 on the iOS version as the device readies a wider launch. This supports previous information that Chromecast would be expanding after news surfaced in February about a possible March 1 release date for the device in the United Kingdom.

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Google acquires Green Throttle Games for staff, technology

03/12, 9:19am

Gaming acquisition could help rumored Google set-top box

Google has acquired the remnants of Green Throttle Games, four months after the service closed to its users. Portions of the company have been bought by the search giant, though terms of the deal remain undisclosed by either side, with the purchase potentially being a sign that Google is becoming more serious about making a set-top box.

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Google will release wearable device SDK within two weeks

03/09, 9:14pm

Android, Chrome head Pichai reveals SDK for wearable device plans

Google will be helping developers create software for wearable devices, by releasing a software development kit specifically for the gadgets, the head of Android and Chrome has revealed to an audience in Austin, Texas. Sundar Pichai advised during a SXSW interview that the company would provide an Android-based SDK for wearables within the next two weeks, as well as discussing in-car technology, the Chromecast, and other topics.

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Briefly: Vudu adds Chromecast, Facebook Messenger hits Windows Phone

03/05, 10:05am

Vudu adding support for Google Chromecast to mobile apps, website

Vudu has revealed it will be adding support for the Google Chromecast to the streaming service in the future. Both the mobile apps for iOS and Android will gain the extra ability, including offering remote control through the app itself, with casting through the Chrome browser for Mac and PC also touted as part of the release. Though Vudu has yet to reveal a date, it is accepting registrations for beta testing.

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Google Play Services SDK update allows Chromecast-enabled apps

02/14, 9:25am

Update follows release of Chromecast SDK to developers in early February

Owners of the Google Chromecast may find more apps will work with their device in the near future, as the latest Google Play Services update for Android has rolled-out to Android devices, and the accompanying SDK has been issued to developers. Version 4.2 of Google Play Services adds a number of APIs for developers to use in their Android applications, including the Chromecast API the company released an SDK for earlier this month.

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Briefly: Hulu's CBS deal, Chromecast's embedded Youtube streaming

02/10, 6:58pm

Hulu signs with CBS for 2,600 new episodes of programming for Hulu Plus

Hulu has made a new deal with US broadcaster CBS, adding 2,600 new episodes to its subscription-based television and movie streaming service Hulu Plus. The library expansion includes classic television content such as The Brady Bunch, Melrose Place and Taxi, as well as more recent programming such as Everybody Loves Raymond. The added content brings Hulu Plus' CBS library to over 5,300 episodes.

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Google Chromecast heading to retail in the United Kingdom from March 1

02/07, 10:34am

UK sale will mark first time Chromecast available outside of United States

Google will be launching its Chromecast streaming device in the United Kingdom, a retailer has revealed. The dongle is set to go on sale through the Currys PC World chain of stores with a tentative street date of March 1st, and marks the first time the Chromecast will be available to buy in a country outside the United States, with the potential for more regional launches to follow.

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Briefly: Backblaze version 2.5, Rdio working on Chromecast support

02/05, 11:49am

BackBlaze 2.5 updates online accounts, adds e-mail notifications

Backblaze has updated its software to version 2.5, adding a number of account-related and client changes. The main account page has been reorganized with a new overview of computers and attached drives, with e-mail notifications able to be sent to users if their licensed computer does not communicate with the service for 14 days, a similar e-mail for internal and external drives that have not been backed up for some time, and a frequent account summary message for all devices on the account. The client is now twice as fast in compiling a list of files to back up, and removed the 4GB individual file size limit, allowing any file to be backed up.

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Google releases long-awaited Chromecast SDK to developers

02/03, 2:54pm

Should open up many more iOS, Android, Chrome apps for casting

Google has released the finished and long-anticipated Google Cast Software Development Kit, needed for third-party developers wanting to add Chromecast support to apps. The package includes resources for iOS, Android, and websites in Chrome. Until now, Google has only worked with individual developers to expand Chromecast support.

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Google Play app arrives on iOS in US, Japan, UK

01/15, 5:44pm

Supports Chromecast, but currently acts as little more than a catalog

In an odd move, Google has release an iOS app for its Google Play movies and TV offerings, but limited it to streaming already-purchased movies and TV shows. The application also supports the company's Chromecast TV device, finally bringing a way for iPhone users to stream purchased content from the phone to the device -- but does not allow users to purchase or rent content from within the app.

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Motorola offers free Chromecast with Moto X, Moto G reaches Verizon

01/10, 6:37am

Streaming player accompanies unlocked Moto X orders until January 14th

Motorola has started to offer off-contract purchasers of its Moto X flagship smartphone a free Google Chromecast. The offer comes at the same time as the company's budget-oriented Moto G goes on sale in the US through Verizon, and a week before the phone manufacturer is expected to launch the Moto X in Europe at a special event in London.

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Electronista's Holiday Gadget Gift Guide: Last Minute Edition

12/22, 9:10pm

We really meant to get this to you earlier but kept putting it off

The last days before Christmas are a special time of year, full of family gatherings and carolers for some, and panic racing thoughts for others. Those latter holiday sentiments, of course, are for those among us who neglected to get all of our shopping done. Maybe you managed to secure a flight back home at the last minute, or maybe you just decided to forgive Uncle Bobby for that incident on Thanksgiving. No matter the cause, you've probably got a few last-minute acquisitions to make, and the gift budget may have already bled into the rest of your budget. Have no fear, though, Electronista is here with the Last Minute Edition of our Holiday Gadget Gift Guide, so there's no need to grab those Starbucks gift cards in bulk quite yet, as there's still time to get folks the tech gifts they'll love.

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Google plans worldwide expansion of Chromecast line, new devices

12/14, 8:25am

Google looking to push Chromecast into new TV standard

Google is looking to expand its Chromecast streaming device from a simple television attachment into an international brand. This according to Gigaom, which quoted Google's vice president of product management, Mario Queiroz, in saying that Google has big plans for its diminutive streaming attachment. Reportedly, Google plans to greatly increase both the number of apps and services that work with the attachment, as well as the features developers can have access to.

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Briefly: RealPlayer Cloud, Chromecast partner, new 3D Invigorator PRO

12/11, 3:08pm

RealPlayer Cloud now integrated with Chromecast

RealNetworks' RealPlayer Cloud, a dual-purpose video player and cloud service, has announced its new partnership with Google's Chromecast. Consumers can now watch their personal video collection on their TV by accessing content on the RealPlayer Cloud through its own app, pushing the content to a TV using the Chromecast dongle.

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Google's Chromecast now compatible with Vevo, Plex, 8 other apps

12/10, 12:36pm

RealPlayer, Vevo, Red Bull.TV, more now Chromecast compatible

Google's Chromecast streaming dongle now has compatibility with 10 new apps, greatly expanding the range of compatible content for the diminutive TV attachment. Google's Chrome Blog made the announcement on Tuesday, revealing that Chromecast was compatible with Vevo, Red Bull.TV, and a number of other services. Along with an expected Android app-mirroring feature, the new announcement demonstrates the increasing attention Google is giving to its small streaming device.

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Briefly: iBooks Author support, Dropbox restyles for iOS 7

11/22, 2:15am

Apple now offering telephone support for iBooks Author to publishers

Apple is now offering telephone support to publishers in a dozen major countries to support its iBooks Author program, that allows the easy creation of e-textbooks and e-books for all types. The move is designed to make iBooks Author more welcome among book publishers and large publishing enterprises that require high-level technical support for core applications and navigating a project from its initial stages through to publishing on the iBookstore.

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HBO Go for iOS, Android updated with Chromecast support

11/21, 10:12am

HBO content now viewable on Chromecast

Just as previously hinted in Google's support pages, HBO has updated its app for both Android and iOS, adding the ability to play shows through the Google Chromecast dongle. The updated HBO Go allows for streaming to the Google media player while simultaneously allowing the app to be used for controlling playback.

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Briefly: HBO Go for Chromecast; Google Music iOS launch 'imminent'

11/14, 12:30pm

HBO Go appears on support page for Chromecast

Google appears to be preparing to add an HBO Go app to its Chromecast HDMI dongle. The addition has already surfaced on Google's support page, which was spotted by Droid-Life. The app, which is already available for other Android and iOS devices, enables HBO subscribers to stream shows and movies.

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Apple postponing HDTV plans due to lack of content deals

11/11, 12:40pm

Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV negating need for full-scale TV set

Apple is no longer planning to ship a dedicated TV set in 2014, claims NPD DisplaySearch. The firm quotes sources in the TV supply chain industry, who add that one of the main obstacles is the company's inability to secure deals for proprietary content. While Apple is potentially an attractive partner, earlier reports have suggested that TV networks are reluctant to risk the lucrative deals they have with cable and satellite companies, which typically bundle channels into packages.

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Briefly: Pandora for Android tablets, Verizon Ellipsis tablet leaks

10/31, 7:33am

Pandora updates Android app with tablet UI, Chromecast streaming

Pandora has updated its Android app with a new design specifically for tablets. Aside from offering an interface made for a larger display, Pandora 5.0 for tablets retains most of the features the smaller-screen version currently offers, with more details for stations available to read, lyrics and artist information, and improved social sharing. The update also introduces Chromecast streaming for the first time.

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Briefly: Hulu+ adds Chromecast for iPhone, Code School's new iOS Path

10/21, 6:40pm

TV and movie streaming app adds Google Chromecast extension for iPhone users

Hulu, a subscription-based movie and TV streaming service, has added a Google Chromecast extension to its Hulu Plus app for iOS. Already included for iPad devices, version 3.1.1 of Hulu Plus for iPhone and iPod touch includes access to Google's digital media streaming adapter for those running iOS 6 or later. The addition of Google Chromecast support offers users more ways to stream Hulu Plus content to their high-definition television. Hulu Plus can be downloaded for free on iTunes, and its subscription service is priced at $8 per month.

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Briefly: Chromecast app goes abroad, Nintendo shutters Wii in Japan

10/20, 9:04pm

Google Chromecast app available internationally, hints at possible global release

Google could be launching its Chromecast dongle internationally in the near future. Apps for the device are now available to download in other countries, according to Android Central, with a number of users noting that it can be gained from Google Play in the UK, Germany, India, Canada, and Panama. Though Amazon has started to ship the media streaming dongle internationally, Google has yet to do the same.

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Briefly: Google Chromecast on Amazon, Raspberry Pi 1M UK milestone

10/08, 7:13am

Amazon ships Google Chromecast internationally from US site

Amazon has started to ship the Google Chromecast to countries outside the United States. Android Central reports that the retailer's US site has accepted orders for the streaming dongle from the UK, Australia, Hong Kong, and Germany. Though the dongle is now available to buy in other countries, the Chromecast app is still only downloadable in the US forcing users to download the app through means other than Google Play for the moment.

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