Amazon and Google haven’t exactly been getting along like they used to. The two tech giants have gone separate ways, which began with Amazon’s removal of the Google Chromecast and other Google products that were on sale at Amazon.
Today is indeed Amazon Prime Day. Some Amazon products including Echo, Echo Show, Echo Look, Echo Dot, and Fire TV Stick are being offered at a discounted price. Which is perhaps the reason Google has felt the need to chime in and lower the price that buys a Google Home or Chromecast.
Droid Turf is back with yet another tech giveaway for the month of June! The prize is a Google Chromecast Audio dongle! The giveaway will run for merely a month’s time before officially closing on July 1st.
In honor of perhaps the greatest Super Bowl of all time, a handful of Google products are on sale across a several retailers. Through February 25, one can save on a Google Home speaker, interchangeable Google Home bases and Chromecast products including Chromecast Ultra and Chromecast Audio.
Google Cast was the technology hidden inside some speakers, TV’s and audio devices. It allowed users to “cast” media such as audio and/or video over-the-air to their Google Cast equipped gear. This is not to be confused with a Google Chromecast, which is a streaming dongle by Google supporting similar functionality.
Today was a big day for Google. The tech giant commonly known for their software, just introduced a whole lot of hardware, most of which is “Made by Google.” Shortly after Google’s big unveiling in San Francisco, several of its products went up for pre-order. The list includes the hyped-up Pixel smartphone that everyone is talking about. Here are the details.
The Chromecast has been one of the most popular options for streaming media. It’s simple, easy to set up and costs much less than other streaming players. All you need is a phone and a reliable Wi-Fi connection.
Famous tipster and leaker, Evan Blass, has given us a handful of information to predict for Google’s upcoming hardware event. We’re expecting it to be a fulfilled day with the announcement of new Pixel smartphones, the launch of Google Home, Google Wi-Fi, a new Chromecast, and even info regarding an Android-Chrome OS hybrid laptop or tablet. Out of all these products, the Chromecast is one likely to be overshadowed. Here’s what we know.