All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Airplay’

Google Just Made It Easier To Give Presentations

Google just made things a whole lot easier for those using Google Slides to give presentations. Slides now supports Chromecast so setting up is as easy as beaming it to a screen with one of the two. Take a look: “Google Slides helps you tell beautiful, meaningful stories. But sometimes, presenting these stories can be a hassle, especially when wires, …

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Netflix for iOS Gets HD Video and AirPlay Support

More than a year and a half ago, when Netflix updated their app for the then-new iPad, the company promised that HD video was on the way. They didn’t give a timeframe, but we figured it wouldn’t be too long before they brought HD to their iOS apps. Why else mention it, right? Fast forward. Today, Netflix is finally making …

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HBO GO Now Available on Apple TV Using AirPlay (No App…Yet)

As of right now, you should be able to stream HBO GO to your television through Apple TV. But you don’t have an actual app with which to do it…yet. What you can do is stream HBO GO to your television using Apple’s AirPlay feature on your iPhone or iPad. All you have to do to begin beaming content from …

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YouTube And Netflix Team Up On Airplay Rival Called DIAL

DIAL stands for Discovery And Launched (I guess “DIAL” sounded better than “DAL”). It also happens that it was created and is maintained by Netflix and YouTube (with input from “a variety of partners”). It’s described as a simple protocol that 2nd screen devices can use to discover and launch apps on 1st screen devices. In other words, phones and …

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Google Reportedly Working On “Open” Airplay Competitor

Last week, Google announced an update for YouTube on Android that lets users pair devices with Google TV. This was followed by a bigger Google TV announcement that included this functionality and some other new bells and whistles. Apparently, that was just the beginning of a larger strategy that will help Google compete with Apple’s Airplay feature. GigaOm is now …

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