Chromecast is a thumb-sized media streaming device that plugs into the HDMI port on your TV. Simply use a smartphone, tablet, or laptop to cast your favorite entertainment and apps right to the big screen.
Use the Chromecast app to:
• Set up your Chromecast and connect it to your Wi-Fi network
• Set up backdrop and personalize your TV screen with art, personal photos, news and more.
• Manage your Chromecast settings (such as changing your device name, Wi-Fi password, etc.)
My bet is that Google’s stock goes up on this one. For More Information and to purchase, go to the Google Store.
For $35.00 you can plug and play this device and start streaming right away! I am Loving it…
The day is finally here!! I have been waiting patiently for Microsoft to release its New Windows 10 operating system. With the purchase of a new computer a month ago, only came frustration as it was running on … what? WINDOWS 8.1. I experienced dread and horror as flying icons popped out on my computer screen when I touched the letter “C”. Arrowing down was like riding on a roller coaster and Right Click was a thing of the past.
In reviewing the installation options and searching for what to expect with Windows 10, I found a very nice and articulate article that sums up the release and what was to come with Windows 10, written by Tom Warren of the Verge:
Windows 10 review
The future is bright
By Tom Warren on July 28, 2015 12:00 pm @tomwarren
Looking back at Windows 8, it’s easy to see where Microsoft went wrong. It was a giant bet on touch-based computing, but it made using a PC with a keyboard and mouse awkward, frustrating, and outright confusing…
Read More at The Verge:
The Future is Bright by Tom Warren
In the news posted by Quartz – 6 hours ago
Yahoo wants to be a search giant once more
“Under the new terms, Bing is serving the majority (51%) of Yahoo’s search results, but Yahoo is free to generate the remaining results using its own technology or with another partner—both options the company is currently exploring. (Yahoo is running a limited test serving Google search results…”
Update! There is a new Google Ranking/Algorithm update that is expected to go into place on or about April 21, 2015. This is an algorithm where Google can and will identify those sites that are not mobile friendly and score the sites’ ranking accordingly i.e. if a website is not mobile friendly it may suffer a ranking decline.
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