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Chromecast hack: Running a Gameboy emulator

Google Chromecast is a $35 device designed to let you stream internet videos to your TV. But developers are already starting to port third party apps to run on the platform — and we’re not just talking about using Google’s SDK to stream video from websites and apps that wouldn’t otherwise be supported. One developer […]

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Most popular articles from the week of 7/20 – 7/26

This week Google introduced its new 7 inch tablet and a $35 media streaming device. Canonical introduced its first smartphone concept, and is doing its best to get you to help fund the project. And details about Wacom’s upcoming Android tablet may have leaked. Looking back over the week’s news, three of the articles that […]

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Google Chromecast dissected, not much found inside

Google’s Chromecast is a tiny $35 device designed to let you stream videos from the internet to your TV. It’s running a modified version of Chrome OS, but you’d never really know that to look at it — there’s virtually no user interface. Instead, when you fire up a video on your phone, tablet, or […]

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Google Chromecast roundup: Stream local files, peek at the insides, consider the future of TV

Google’s Chromecast device went on sale this week, and the little $35 dongle could change the way we consume television. Or maybe it’ll just be a toy that folks play with for a little while and then tire of. One thing is pretty clear: Google’s latest attempt at bridging the gap between your TV and […]