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Amazon and Google declare truce, allow YouTube and Prime video streaming on each other’s devices

Amazon and Google declare truce, allow YouTube and Prime video streaming on each other’s devices

The Amazon Prime Day celebration isn’t just about low prices—starting today, YouTube will finally be available to watch on Amazon Fire TV devices, marking a serious thaw in the cold war between Google
Amazon and Google declare truce, allow YouTube and Prime video streaming on each other’s devices

Amazon and Google declare truce, allow YouTube and Prime video streaming on each other’s devices

Google is finally allowing a native YouTube client to be installed on Amazon devices, as well as Prime Video streaming to Chromecast dongles.
Amazon Prime Video finally casts to Chromecast and Android TV, YouTube now on Fire TV

Amazon Prime Video finally casts to Chromecast and Android TV, YouTube now on Fire TV

At long last, and hopefully forever, Google and Amazon’s video-centric product and services battle seems to be at an end. Amazon Prime Video is now able to utilize casting with Chromecast and Android
Amazon Prime Video finally casts to Chromecast and Android TV, YouTube now on Fire TV

Amazon Prime Video finally casts to Chromecast and Android TV, YouTube now on Fire TV

At long last, and hopefully forever, Google and Amazon’s video-centric product and services battle seems to be at an end. Amazon Prime Video is now able to utilize casting with Chromecast and Android
Truce: Chromecast Finally Comes to Prime Video, and YouTube Returns to Fire TV

Truce: Chromecast Finally Comes to Prime Video, and YouTube Returns to Fire TV

The cold war between Amazon and Google began to thaw last year, but the icy relationship between the companies has been a nuisance for far too long already. The post Truce: Chromecast Finally Comes
It’s a Happy Day for Prime Video, YouTube, Chromecast, Android TV, and Fire TV Users

It’s a Happy Day for Prime Video, YouTube, Chromecast, Android TV, and Fire TV Users

Today is the day for Amazon and Google product users to come together and consume all the content no matter their platform. After announcing that their various video offerings would soon work
YouTube finally comes to Fire TV, ditto for Amazon Prime Video on Chromecast

YouTube finally comes to Fire TV, ditto for Amazon Prime Video on Chromecast

Our long national nightmare has finally come to an end. After nearly two years of pettiness, Google has finally brought YouTube back to Amazon Fire TV devices. In addition, Amazon has brought its
[Update: Assistant voice control] YouTube launches today on Fire TV, while Amazon Prime Video comes to Chromecast and Android TVs

[Update: Assistant voice control] YouTube launches today on Fire TV, while Amazon Prime Video comes to Chromecast and Android TVs

Update 1: 2019/07/09 2:06pm PDT In addition to simply bringing us this oft-requested, long-awaited casting functionality to Amazon's app, Google's also taking steps to properly integrate Amazon
Google-Amazon truce brings YouTube to Fire TV, Prime Video to Chromecast

Google-Amazon truce brings YouTube to Fire TV, Prime Video to Chromecast

Amazon and Google have finally made peace after a yearslong spat over video services. The YouTube app is coming to Fire TV devices, while the Prime Video app on mobile devices will get support for

Amazon Prime Video finally works with Chromecast and Android TV

Here's proof that Google and Amazon have truly buried the hatchet: Prime Video is finally available on Mountain View's streaming devices. The two tech giants ended their streaming video spat in April,
LG SL8YG soundbar review: Generally excellent sound quality, though only in certain circumstances

LG SL8YG soundbar review: Generally excellent sound quality, though only in certain circumstances

This soundbar has some significant limitations, especially for such a high price.
LG SL8YG soundbar review: Generally excellent sound quality, though only in certain circumstances

LG SL8YG soundbar review: Generally excellent sound quality, though only in certain circumstances

This soundbar has some significant limitations, especially for such a high price.

Roku continues to dominate TV streaming in the US

It's no secret that Roku has many devotees, but how big is its lead in the TV streaming world, really? Quite large, according to Strategy Analytics -- and importantly, growing. The analyst firm's
How Microsoft is tackling cloud gaming with Project xCloud

How Microsoft is tackling cloud gaming with Project xCloud

Microsoft showed off a working version of Project xCloud, the cloud gaming service, that the company says beta testing is beginning.
Chromecasts and Assistant speakers keep disappearing from the Google Home app for some, making them near useless

Chromecasts and Assistant speakers keep disappearing from the Google Home app for some, making them near useless

Google's smart home speakers and Chromecasts are great when they work. You can throw any supported content on them and have it play almost instantly, without worrying about hardware compatibility and

Here’s everything you need to know about Google Stadia (Updated)

Google finally pulled the back the curtains on Stadia, the hyped up game streaming service that everyone’s been wondering about for a few weeks. Not only that, but they’ve given us a solid release

Here’s how Google Stadia performs depending on your internet connection

Google is introducing more about the launch of its Stadia streaming gaming service today, and VP Phil Harrison gave us performance specifics today so you can see exactly how the company thinks the
What is Android TV? Google’s smart TV software fully explained

What is Android TV? Google’s smart TV software fully explained

Google's Android TV might not be a household name yet, but with growing support from brands like Sony, it will be soon. But what exactly is Android TV, how do you get it, and what are the benefits? We
Google offering consultations to people who are considering buying Google and Nest products

Google offering consultations to people who are considering buying Google and Nest products

Google wants to sell you a phone. And a speaker. And a thermostat. Maybe a stick for your TV, too. Not convinced? The company is trying to get you to let it convince you to buy its wares with a new
MX Player adds Chromecast support, but only for its online streaming content

MX Player adds Chromecast support, but only for its online streaming content

If you're getting too giddy about the title of this post, I'll start by advising you to hold your horses. MX Player, one of the most popular video players on Android, has finally added Chromecast