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How to Cast YouTube TV From Your Phone or Laptop to Your TV

YouTube and Roku aren’t playing nice. The two companies failed to reach a contract agreement, and now YouTube TV is no longer supported on Roku products, including all streaming devices and smart TVs with Roku OS.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Big F1 TV Update Could Finally Fix The Service’s Problems This Year

Back in January, I said F1 TV was unreasonably lacking in features for a streaming service dedicated to the highest level of global motorsport. My opinion was predominantly based on the fact F1 TV didn’t support casting across non-Apple hardware and didn’t have native apps for any streaming platform outside of Roku’s.…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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The Best Settings to Try on Your Chromecast With Google TV

Roku, Amazon, and Apple might dominate the market for streaming devices, but don’t count Google out yet. The company launched its first Chromecast device with its new Google TV software for $50 last year, and it’s a viable alternative for your living room that comes with plenty of useful features worth knowing about.Read more… Continue […]

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F1 TV Doesn’t Deserve Anyone’s Money Until It Fixes This Issue

Formula 1 is the self-appointed pinnacle of motorsport. So why, oh why, does its streaming offering suck so much, particularly when less-prominent series that garner fewer eyeballs do things so much better?Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Get a Free $50 Chromecast as a YouTube TV Subscriber

For the rest of December, Google is giving loyal YouTube TV subscribers a free Chromecast with Google TV (normally $49). The catch? You will need to have subscribed to YouTube TV since June 2018 with no pauses or cancellations to qualify for the complimentary Chromecast. Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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All the Specs Google Didn’t Share at Today’s ‘Launch Night In’

I’ve been covering press events for roughly 15 years or so, and in all that time, I’ve never seen a company speed through its announcements as quickly as Google did during today’s “Launch Night In” event. Perhaps Google knew it was staying up past its bedtime and didn’t want to get yelled at? Read more…

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What to Expect From Today’s Google ‘Launch Night’ Stream

Fall hardware announcement season continues. Google is on tap today; its fancy “Launch Night” event kicks off in just a few hours. As for what the company is planning to announce, that shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, since much of it has already leaked across the internet—or at Home Depot.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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You Can Finally Stream Spotify From Your PC to Google Home Speakers

Spotify is available on almost every popular device we can think of. Each app does virtually the same thing whether you’re listening on a smartphone, computer, or through a smart tv app, but there was an odd limitation for desktop users: You couldn’t cast Spotify to a “Google Cast” device like a Chomecast or a […]

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Everything You Should Know About Using Google Stadia at Launch

So you went ahead and did it: You bought into Google Stadia. The Chrome-based streaming platform, which launches this week, is still very much in its infancy and half-functional in many ways. For example, you can only stream Stadia games on a handful of devices; there are settings available in some place on some apps,…Read more… […]

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Everything You Should Know About Using Google Stadia at Launch

So you went ahead and did it: You bought into Google Stadia. The Chrome-based streaming platform, which launches this week, is still very much in its infancy and half-functional in many ways. For example, you can only stream Stadia games on a handful of devices; there are settings available in some place on some apps,…Read more… […]

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How Do I Stream My Android Phone to an Older TV?

You should never feel limited to the small screen on the tiny phone in your pocket—or gargantuan phone, depending on your preference for “plus” devices. It’s pretty easy to push whatever you’re looking at on your phone at to a larger screen, like your living-room television. At least, it should be.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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How Do I Stream My Android Phone to an Older TV?

You should never feel limited to the small screen on the tiny phone in your pocket—or gargantuan phone, depending on your preference for “plus” devices. It’s pretty easy to push whatever you’re looking at on your phone at to a larger screen, like your living-room television. At least, it should be.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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How Do I Stream My Android Phone to an Older TV?

You should never feel limited to the small screen on the tiny phone in your pocket—or gargantuan phone, depending on your preference for “plus” devices. It’s pretty easy to push whatever you’re looking at on your phone at to a larger screen, like your living-room television. At least, it should be.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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