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Unified Remote Receives A Material Design Update, Complete With A New Screen-Mirroring Feature

Unified Remote Receives A Material Design Update, Complete With A New Screen-Mirroring Feature

Unified Remote gives your PC the TV treatment, letting you control it from afar with just the right blend of convenience and laziness that have turned us into the society that we are. Its developers have created a solid app, and they're not wasting any time making sure it looks up-to-date.

Version 3.1 preps Unified Remote with those touches of Material Design that should make it feel more at home on a device running Lollipop.

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Google Adds Chromecast Screen Mirroring Support For Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Google Adds Chromecast Screen Mirroring Support For Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Shortly after the release of Samsung's Galaxy Note 4, owners were dismayed to learn their new phone was unable to mirror its screen to a Chromecast. No other Google Cast apps were affected, but plenty of people still wanted screen casting. Well, it took about a month, but this oversight has finally been remedied. The Note 4 has been officially added to Google's list of devices with support for screen casting.

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[Yay] Screen Casting Comes To The TrekStor SurfTab xintron i 7.0! The Nexus 6, Nexus 9, And Tesco hudl2 Too

[Yay] Screen Casting Comes To The TrekStor SurfTab xintron i 7.0! The Nexus 6, Nexus 9, And Tesco hudl2 Too

Listen up if you're one of the 6 persons who bought a overpriced TrekStor SurfTab xintron i 7.0 tablet for EUR129 from Amazon.de and gave it an average rating of 4 stars (Edit: the previous link, pricing, and reviews were for the 10" version). You're going to be super happy now, provided you also have a Chromecast or you got your hands on an Android TV box. You can now mirror your TrekStor SurfTab xintron i 7.0's screen to a TV through casting.

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Roku Introduces Chromecast-Like Screen Mirroring For Android And Windows

Roku Introduces Chromecast-Like Screen Mirroring For Android And Windows

Roku already gave users the ability to stream content from their Android devices to their set top boxes, but now the company is taking things a bit further. Instead of select files, the company will give people to capability to stream whatever is on their screen. We've seen this from Miracast devices, we've seen it from Chromecast, and now we're seeing it from Roku. Update: In fact, Roku is using Miracast to deliver this functionality.

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