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FOX on Tech: Google Tries TV With Chromecast
Google is making a new TV push with Chromecast.
FOX News Radio’s Bill Vitka has the details:
FOX on Tech.
You can now stream content from the web on your TV using just about any mobile device as a remote. It’s wireless gadget from Google and it sells for only $35. Chromecast is the name of the device. It looks like a thumb drive, and it’s compatible with Android software as well as iPhones and iPads. In the future Google is hoping Chromecast will be embedded within new TVs. It’s all fresh evidence that the new battleground for tech companies just might be your living room.
Bill Vitka, FOX News Radio.