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At a press event in San Francisco Google on Wednesday, Google introduced a $35 “stick” that plugs into your high-def TV to bring Internet content to your television set. It’s called Chromecast and — at launch — it works with YouTube and Netflix but Google is recruiting partners to add content. You control the device using either an Android or Apple mobile device or a laptop. And there is a “beta” app for laptops that allows you to use it for almost any web page or web video you can access from your Chrome browser.
Here’s my hands-on review from Forbes and here is my thought-piece on how Chromecast Could Be The Beginning of Google’s Domination of TV Delivery
You can order the Chromecast here for $35.
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