If you have the nagging suspicion you’re not taking full advantage of your Chromecast, you’re probably right. Check out our list, and learn how to cast everything from your favorite movies to your cherished photos.
Amazon won't add Chromecast capability to its Instant Video app for Android any time soon, and it won't release an app for Android TV. But there's still a way to get that video on your TV by using your computer and a browser extension.
Google's Chromecast and Chromecast Ultra are the ultimate budget-friendly streaming devices for cord cutters. We've put together a list of our favorite tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your Chromecast.
JBL’s first foray into the smart speaker game, the Link series, includes baked-in Chromecast and Google Assistant voice support. Our JBL Link 20 review will help you decide whether it’s the right option for you.
Which budget streaming stick reigns supreme? We pit Chromecast vs. Roku vs. Amazon Fire TV Stick to help you decide which one will be the best fit in your living room (or bedroom, or kitchen, or whatever).
Knowing how to connect your computer to a TV is an essential skill, especially in this era of cord-cutting and 4K gaming. So we've put together a guide to help you get your PC and TV working together in no time.
At Google I/O 2017, Google Home got some upgrades that rival Amazon Alexa's recent updates. You'll be able to make phone calls with it, get important notifications, and see visual information on your phone, tablet, or TV.
For TV viewers today, there are so many options. Maybe too many. Here's how to get the most value out of your streaming subscription, as we compare the various services on the market as well as streaming devices.
Tired of overpriced hotel entertainment? Fear not -- Dish Network's new Evolve streaming box integrates live TV, Chromecast tech, Google Play streaming apps, and more in one place, and it's aimed at your next hotel room.
With a new contest by Google, Pixel users now have a chance to see their own photography featured as a Chromecast backdrop. According to the Google forum post, the contest is only open to owners of the Pixel and Pixel XL.