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Google possibly working on $35 Chromekey, a wireless streaming HDMI dongle


Saturday 08th of June 2013 / feedproxy.google.com
According to some recent rumors, Google may be working a wireless streaming device called a Chromekey. Originally, the device was supposed to be shown off  at Google I/O, but as we all know, Google wanted to focus on services, not hardware. Now that I/O is over, though, we may soon see the wireless streaming dongle.Supposedly, the Chromekey will attach to an HDMI port on your television and allow you to stream content from Google Chrome or your Android device to your TV screen.  The Chromekey also connects to a USB power adapter and your WiFi network for power and streaming. You can “cast” content from your device to your big television screen, such as YouTube, Hulu, Netflix, etc. Plus, you know it would have some heavy Google Play integration, especially with the movies and TV shows. Some apps can also have the cast functionality built into them, so you can enjoy Angry Birds on your 55 inch LED TV.The rumors say that the Chromekey will be available directly through Google Play for $35, but you can also purchase it from Best Buy in stores and online, as well as Amazon.
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Google possibly working on $35 Chromekey, a wireless streaming HDMI dongle


Saturday 08th of June 2013 / feedproxy.google.com
According to some recent rumors, Google may be working a wireless streaming device called a Chromekey. Originally, the device was supposed to be shown off  at Google I/O, but as we all know, Google wanted to focus on services, not hardware. Now that I/O is over, though, we may soon see the wireless streaming dongle.Supposedly, the Chromekey will attach to an HDMI port on your television and allow you to stream content from Google Chrome or your Android device to your TV screen.  The Chromekey also connects to a USB power adapter and your WiFi network for power and streaming. You can “cast” content from your device to your big television screen, such as YouTube, Hulu, Netflix, etc. Plus, you know it would have some heavy Google Play integration, especially with the movies and TV shows. Some apps can also have the cast functionality built into them, so you can enjoy Angry Birds on your 55 inch LED TV.The rumors say that the Chromekey will be available directly through Google Play for $35, but you can also purchase it from Best Buy in stores and online, as well as Amazon.
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Google possibly working on $35 Chromekey, a wireless streaming HDMI dongle


Saturday 08th of June 2013 / feedproxy.google.com
According to some recent rumors, Google may be working a wireless streaming device called a Chromekey. Originally, the device was supposed to be shown off  at Google I/O, but as we all know, Google wanted to focus on services, not hardware. Now that I/O is over, though, we may soon see the wireless streaming dongle.Supposedly, the Chromekey will attach to an HDMI port on your television and allow you to stream content from Google Chrome or your Android device to your TV screen.  The Chromekey also connects to a USB power adapter and your WiFi network for power and streaming. You can “cast” content from your device to your big television screen, such as YouTube, Hulu, Netflix, etc. Plus, you know it would have some heavy Google Play integration, especially with the movies and TV shows. Some apps can also have the cast functionality built into them, so you can enjoy Angry Birds on your 55 inch LED TV.The rumors say that the Chromekey will be available directly through Google Play for $35, but you can also purchase it from Best Buy in stores and online, as well as Amazon.
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Google possibly working on $35 Chromekey, a wireless streaming HDMI dongle


Saturday 08th of June 2013 / feedproxy.google.com
According to some recent rumors, Google may be working a wireless streaming device called a Chromekey. Originally, the device was supposed to be shown off  at Google I/O, but as we all know, Google wanted to focus on services, not hardware. Now that I/O is over, though, we may soon see the wireless streaming dongle.Supposedly, the Chromekey will attach to an HDMI port on your television and allow you to stream content from Google Chrome or your Android device to your TV screen.  The Chromekey also connects to a USB power adapter and your WiFi network for power and streaming. You can “cast” content from your device to your big television screen, such as YouTube, Hulu, Netflix, etc. Plus, you know it would have some heavy Google Play integration, especially with the movies and TV shows. Some apps can also have the cast functionality built into them, so you can enjoy Angry Birds on your 55 inch LED TV.The rumors say that the Chromekey will be available directly through Google Play for $35, but you can also purchase it from Best Buy in stores and online, as well as Amazon.
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Initial chromecast tests


Thursday 25th of July 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
Credit to Amazon for fast shipping as my chromecast arrived early this morning. I'm still playing with it but wanted to answer some initial questions from people. It works fine connected to an AVR instead of the tv. I'm using a Denon but most modern should work. Not exactly unexpected but several people had asked. Hulu (web) doesn't work. I get audio via the cast tab of chrome but no video. In fact it appears none of the web videos can be sent via chrome. This may be that the network isn't fast enough. Ironically the help file says to try 5ghz but the chromecast doesn't support it. HBO Go is also unsuccessful. Performance on Android (GN II and Nexus 7) are great with youtube, netflix and Music. Not much else to try yet. Chrome from Windows is clearly beta as they said as it's slow and buggy. It doesn't support volume via hdmi so you can't change the audio on the receiver itself. You get a second volume control on the chromecast but once that reaches maximum it suggests you increase the volume on the receiver. I didn't receive my Netflix code yet but for $35 - netflix discount it's a
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Chrome cast from Android Chrome


Friday 16th of August 2013 / androidforums.com
am I missing something? why cant i from cast from the chrome app on Android?specifically the Nexus 7.
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Chrome Cast or Android Mini PC?


Saturday 17th of August 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
I want to know which one should I get! what's the difference between chrome cast and normal android pcm Sent from my GT-N7100 using AC Forums mobile app
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Android Central Application


Saturday 02nd of November 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
I was thinking today that I wanted to listen to the Android Central podcast from yesterday; which made me think of a suggestion for the app. I'm sorry if this post is in the wrong category... Anyway, my suggestion is... Wouldn't it be nice to list listen or even watch the podcast through chrome cast? Whether it be live through the application or the recording afterwards. I'm sure it's not nearly as easy as it may seem, but it is just a suggestion. Thanks! Posted via Android Central App
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Chromecast - casting from Chrome


Sunday 03rd of November 2013 / androidforums.com
I have Chromecast up and running through my S4 running Android 4.3. However, I cannot seem to find a way to cast from the Chrome browser on my S4. Swore I had already done this with my S3.Can this not be done? I'm assume I can browse the web on Chrome and cast it to my TV via Chromecast.
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Can't cast from mobile devices.


Saturday 07th of December 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
For some reason, I cannot cast from my iPad or my Samsung Galaxy S3. I can cast from Chrome on my pc. Both devices connect to the same wireless AP. It was working before. The Cast button appears on my ipad when using Hulu or Netflix, but the Chromecast device is not listed. On my Android phone, the button doesn't even appear. Only thing that has changed is that I just recently changed ISP providers from ATT Uverse to Charter. I was using ATT's router, but am now using a Linksys WRTU54G-TM. I've tried resetting the Chromecast device. It shows as connected. Anyone else have this problem?
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