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With Google I/O 2015 imminent, you may be wondering how to keep up with the latest happenings at the conference. Well, Google are streaming the whole thing live. You can
After a long wait, Spotify support has finally come to ROCKI, but not quite how you would have expected. The tiny device that turns your ordinary speakers into DLNA compatible
It looks like the folks at NVIDIA are on top of their game. Check out all the updates and fun stuff that are slated to come out for the SHIELD tablet.
Amongst the various bug and stability fixes bundled into the latest Google+ update, Google have also added a pretty significant feature, allowing you to cast your Google+ stream to Chromecast.
After updating Hangouts, Google gives some love to YouTube as well. YouTube gets yet another great and long-awaited feature in the newest update. Choose the quality of your YouTube video
With the LG event underway, we’ve embedded the live stream below for you to watch the company unveil their flagship LG G3 device. [youtube id=”WFPZO2fcAUo” width=”100%” height=”360px”] Watch the company
ROCKI: PLAY is a fantastic little product that was born as a result of a massively successful Kickstarter project, and I’m lucky enough to have gotten my hands on one
ROCKI has finally finished its Kickstarter campaign having completely nailed their target and units are beginning to find their way to the backers of the project. The kind team over
Put on your suit and tie, folks, and get ready to meet Chromecast. Google just announced the new device, and what it does is simple, yet so very important to how
Just announced today at CES, the Moboplay is the world’s smallest pocket media player streaming full 1080p HD video. Unlike your common “media player”, the Moboplay offers a display-free design
Watching movies on your phone to kill some time can be quite the headache if you can’t find something to watch. Sure, you can scour the internet and search all
Google I/O may have sold out fast (59 minutes fast), but the Big G has decided to put the ENTIRE event online. They said it would include, “streaming of the keynotes, as in years past, as well as—new for 2011—the addition of sessions from Android and Chrome. We’ll also aim to post HD video recordings from sessions that are not livestreamed within 24 hours.” Sounds great
March Madness is a crazy time for Basketball fans everywhere, and thanks to PlayOn, you won’t miss a minute of the action. According to prweb, PlayOn allows you to stream the games to nearly every Android device running at least 2.2 (They have also added support for iOS, GoogleTV, Roku, and some gaming devices.)
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