Right now if you want to send a video to your television with your Chromecast, you need the Google Cast extension, but not for much longer. The company is building Chromecast support directly into the browser. The post Say goodbye to the Google Cast extension: Chromecast support being added to Chrome appeared first on Digital Trends
Using specially built tiny cameras, the Google Street View team has given us a glimpse of life inside a stunning model railway display, which captures life around cities, towns, and landmarks in Germany.
Today, Gett, the on-demand black car service centered in the Big Apple, launched its first-ever “Better Fares Than Uber Or Your Money Back” guarantee in New York City.
After the Moto by Lenovo announcement, Motorola has been on a spree denying rumors and rehashing information on the future of the company. Earlier today, the company said the Moto G and Moto E will still be available in 2016.
Apple may be in talks with various display suppliers to build OLED panels for the iPhone 8, according to new reports. Samsung, LG and Japan Display are all attached to the project, according to rumors. The post Rumors say crucial Apple deal for future OLED-screened iPhone is almost complete appeared first on Digital Trends
SpaceX has knocked together a snappy highlights video of last month’s successful Falcon 9 landing. The footage includes new, more detailed footage of the crucial seconds prior to the rocket’s impeccable landing. The post SpaceX releases new, more detailed footage of last month’s dramatic rocket landing appeared first on Digital Trends
Fitness brand New Balance is following in Nike and Adidas’s footsteps, and has announced the formation of a Digital Sport division to explore wearable tech. Its first product will be an Android Wear smartwatch. The post New Balance joins up with Intel and Google for its first smartwatch, due later this year appeared first on Digital Trends
Engineers at the University of Michigan are creating an affordable Braille tablet using tiny bubbles that fill with liquid or air that then pop up to form Braille characters. The post A Kindle for the blind? U.S
For wearables to go mainstream, they need to look good and do more than count your steps.
Data relating to tests of Google’s self-driving cars show the high-tech vehicles are covering seven times the distance of a year ago per driver intervention, suggesting decent progress as the company pushes forward with its driverless technology. The post Google sees fewer hiccups in autonomous car tests, but driver intervention still needed appeared first on Digital Trends .