Posts tagged "Chrome"

Chrome Remote Desktop app now available for all devices running Android 4.0 and above

After a brief closed beta program, Google’s Chrome Remote Desktop app has been officially launched and is now available for all smartphones and tablets that are running Android 4.0 and above. Once properly setup, Chrome Remote Desktop allows users to securely access their computers from anywhere using only the internet connection […]

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Google’s Chromecast launches in Canada and Europe

On Tuesday, Google Confirmed that their incredibly popular Chromecast streaming device would be making its way to several international markets. In total, Google’s little streaming dongle will become commercially available in 11 additional countries, including Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden and the U.K. As was the case […]

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Bite the PushBullet

When I first heard of this, I thought they were talking about pu.ush, a program used to upload screencaps directly to the Internet. PushBullet is a perfect way to send many things to your Android device. You can send things like files, links, and lists from your web to your […]

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Apple and Chrome are at Odds with Each Other

There are many bugs going on with iOS7, but that’s to be expected with new changes right? Not quite. Since the now infamous iOS update, Chrome’s much appreciated Incognito mode is a little off, so you’re not quite as safe as you ordinarily would be on the browser. Whatever you […]

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Google Chromecast: How to fix the “no cast devices found” error when using the Chrome browser extension

I just finished reviewing Google’s new Chromecast TV dongle and overall, I am rather impressed with it. The affordable price, easy setup and useful features make the Chromecast a must have accessory in my opinion. The only problem I encountered while using the Chromecast has to do with the Google […]

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Google Chromecast Review

Companies have been making devices to bring internet content to your television for a while now. We’ve seen the Apple TV, Google TV, Roku and even devices that run the full Android operating system. Of course, television manufacturers such as Samsung, are also creating smart TVs that have the internet and all […]

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