Welcome to Chromecast, Danaerys Targaryen and Nucky Thompson.
Discussions are underway with Time Warner Cable and other cable and satellite providers, though there are still snags.
Google issued invitations for a Chromecast hackathon for next month. Could it finally signal the end of developer restrictions?
The first post of our ReadWriteHome series asks what it means to be a connected home.
Hint: It’s not a smartphone. (Or a Kindle.)
Developers say they have new Chromecast apps ready to roll—if only Google would allow their release.
With new products, new apps and new partners, Roku is feeling pretty good about fending off Chromecast. Then there’s Apple….
Google’s Chromecast may be sold out, but you can still get your hands on the device—if you dare.
Google’s new device can do a lot of things. Supporting the faster 5GHz Wi-Fi frequency favored by streaming fans isn’t one of them.
Google’s streaming-video device would be a dream travel gadget, if not for one thing: It won’t play nice with hotel Wi-Fi.
The compromises of using a Google device with Apple’s iOS devices.
The little plug-in gadget can play more than just the trickle of streams Google announced at launch. And many more could rush in.
How to get the most out of Google’s cheap new streaming dongle.
The tech giant’s latest push into the living room is a little streaming dongle with big potential.
The what’s-that-song app now identifies music and TV shows automatically.
Turns out that people mostly just want to use their television sets to, y’know, watch TV. So much for the smart TV. Instead, tablets are turning into tomorrow’s set-top box.