YouTube for iOS is getting an important update for Chromecast users -- the ability to control the cast from the lock screen. Not only that, but users will also now be able to control their cast from their Apple Watch.
Coulda, woulda, shoulda, but Google didn't do that -- where "that" is electing a slightly sleeker, sexier design for its second-generation Chromecast. We're seeing this design thanks to a newly released patent from 2015.
Potentially useful for anyone that's interested in purchasing a new Samsung television, a recent app update alludes to the addition of mobile device casting from popular video apps like YouTube and Hulu.
Google has been quietly removing mentions of Google Cast. It's replacement? "Chromecast built-in." The name is easier for consumers to understand the connection between cast-enabled devices and the Chromecast.
Google's Chromecast plugs into your TV's HDMI port, allowing you to stream content from your tablet, laptop, or smartphone directly to your TV. Here's what you need to know about all iterations, including the new 4K-ready Chromecast Ultra.
Today, Google introduced a refresh of its Chromecast streaming device. It's called the Chromecast Ultra. While it costs nearly double the price of the old one, the latest Chromecast supports both 4K streaming and HDR for eye-popping video…
Google Cast is stepping out of the shadowy realm of browser extensions and getting fully integrated into Chrome with the latest update. No more digging through menus to stream straight from your browser to your TV.