Google's AU$49 Chromecast stick is a cheap and easy way to add streaming video and music to your TV, but it still needs a little time in the oven for the local features to rise.
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If your guest is using an Android 4.3+ device, you no longer have to share your Wi-Fi password for Chromecast access.
The launch of the Internet giant's streaming device is the latest example of Google's push into the second most populous country in the world.
As part of the latest release, Android users can now share their Chromecast with friends, without divulging any Wi-Fi passwords.
Ready for more comparisons than you can shake a stick at? Ranging in price from $35 to $50, these three HDMI streaming sticks all offer Netflix...and diverge from there. Stick with this roundup for all the details.
The $39 device will let users stream a wide range of content, including Netflix, Prime Instant Video, and Hulu Plus.
This little dongle sends your screen from your Windows machine (and some Android devices) right to your TV.
The streaming-media dongle reaches its $100,000 funding goal in just one day. But how will it do against similar devices from Google, Roku and others?
Is the world big enough for another streaming Internet dongle? Mozilla and Matchstick sure hope so, as they announce the first Firefox OS device that's not a smartphone.
For the first birthday of Google's streaming-media stick, the exec behind the dirt-cheap dongle discusses its back story, year one, and the path ahead.