Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on AndroidAtlas (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.
Wondering whether you can open up a new incognito window in the Chrome browser and cast it to your Chomecast-enabled TV or monitor? The answer to that is “yes”. To enable this capability you simply go to your Chrome settings of type chrome://extensions in the URL. Scroll down to the Google Cast extension and check the... Read more »The post Can I use Google […]
To say that the streaming music space is a crowded one would be an understatement. Thanks to services like Pandora, Slacker, Spotify, and Rdio, we’ve got plenty to choose from. How does Google’s service stack up next to the others? Specifically, how good is the Android app for Google Play Music? I was fortunate enough... Read more »The post Google Play Music […]
Rooted Nexus 5 users are able to mirror their display to Chromecast We’ve been expecting it for a while, but now it’s here. Cyanogen’s Koushik Dutta has made it possible for Android users to mirror their Android display to Chromecast. But, before you run off trying to do this with your smartphone, you should know... Read more »The post Mirroring comes to And […]
Looking for a great way to add some ambient noise or soothing sounds to your home or office? We’ve learned of a handful of YouTube channels which excel in providing calming background sounds and white noise. Sure, there’s hundreds more where this came from, but this is a wonderful starting point. What you’ll find beyond... Read more »The post Seven YouTube c […]
Roku on Tuesday announced its first HDMI stick, the aptly name Roku Streaming Stick. Priced at $50, the Roku stick enters the space currently occupied by Google’s Chromecast. The Roku stick plugs in via HDMI and features access to the library of more than 12,000 “channels”. Plugged into a television, it draws power from either... Read more »The post Roku goe […]
A new version of Chrome Beta for Android is out and it with comes a hidden Chromecasting feature. Indeed, once you enable the option you can being to cast your YouTube videos to a TV or monitor. Ideally, this opens the door to any and all HTML5 videos. To enable the casting option simply follow... Read more »The post Chrome Beta 34 (Android) has hidden Chrom […]