The free and open-source software is about to become even more versatile.
All you need is Google’s $35 streaming stick and your Android phone or tablet for some great single- and multiplayer gaming.
Google's intent is to encourage you to rent a movie for Valentine’s Day, but it’s good for any content in the Play Store.
The free app does a fine job of sending photos to your TV, but there are better options for video.
First Chromecast took over your TV, and Google Cast for Audio hopes to do the same for speakers and other audio gear.
A tech company as big as Google is bound to do some amazing things every year, but it's also not immune to failure. Let's look back at where the search giant went right and wrong in 2014.
Disney movies, music videos, and kid-friendly programming can be easily shared right to your television with these apps.
You don’t need to give out your Wi-Fi password anymore if a visitor wants to cast the latest hit YouTube video.
Hoping to sweeten the deal to make the Chromecast your dongle of choice this holiday season, Google is adding yet another freebie to its $35 streaming stick.
Aside from their looks and pricing, these two streaming sticks are more different than they are alike. At $74 for the pair, owning both isn't a crazy idea.