Google Announces Cast technology for wirelessly send audio to

Jan

6

2015

Google has based his Chromecast technology announced an expansion of its Cast protocol. This can be done by using a smartphone wirelessly streams music from a speaker. Sony, Denon and LG come with compatible speakers.

Google Cast for Audio technology extracts the content as with Chromecast instantly streaming audio services. According to Google include Deezer, Google Play Music, iHeartRadio, NPR One, Pandora, Rdio and TuneIn already compatible with the service. Spotify is not named yet.

Google has also announced that will support various electronics manufacturers Cast for Audio. So will be available in the US in the spring of speakers include Sony, LG and Heos Denon, while chip manufacturers like Broadcom, Marvell and Mediatek also pledged support for the new protocol. More brands would come later this year, with product announcements, promises as the Internet giant, while the cast technology in time to come also available on consoles, televisions and set-top boxes that run on Android.

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