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.
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.
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.
Google is giving Chromecast owners their first movie rental for 75% off. That’s right 75% off!
Google is running a blowout sale over at the Google Store that will run through Father’s Day on the 18th of June. Products including Google Home, Daydream View and Chromecast are being sold, some with freebies and others at a discounted price.
The Google Cast app has been around for a while. It started life as the Chromecast app, made specifically to set up and control the original dongle released back in 2013. Earlier this year it was rebranded as ‘Cast’ since Google’s streaming platform had expanded to include Chromecast Audio, Android TVs and other devices with cast technology built-in.
During Google’s press event today, the company took wraps off its much-anticipated product, Google Home. A smart speaker equipped with always-listening microphones, Google Home is powered by the Google Assistant and ties into all of the company’s services to provide an experience similar to that of Amazon’s Alexa speakers. Hit the break for full details.