Google Begins Their Courtship of Chromecast Developers

Google’s new Chromecast device wants to make it ultra-simple to play Internet video on your TV, using a huge range of phones, tablets, and laptops as your controller and while it’s in Preview, the Chromcast does currently have some apps, such as HuluPlus, HBO Go, Netflix and a others with many new channel apps most likely on the way down the pipe as a number of Android developers have reported that they have received invitations to attend a Cast-centric hackathon at Google HQ from December 7-8 to which during this special event, Google will reportedly discuss the "upcoming release of the Google Cast SDK. Smaller third-party developers are eager to release their official Android apps compatible with Chromecast and Google Cast. Read the full story here.



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