Google Chromecast extra features The standout feature for Google’s Chromecast is without a doubt the ability to stream content from a phone, tablet, or computer through a myriad of compatible apps, directly to your TV. In fact, it used to be the only feature of the Chromecast and, after more than seven years of development, it’s amassed a formidable list of compatible apps. Essentially, most any app you use to listen to music or watch videos can stream from your phone to the Chromecast. And on computers, Google’s Chrome browser takes over any such duties. This is a feature neither the Fire TV Stick nor the Roku Streaming Stick+ can emulate in its seamlessness and wide-ranging compatibility, though Roku does come close. … [Read more...] about Chromecast, Fire TV Stick, or Roku: What’s the best streaming stick for ~$50?
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The move is especially important for Google's enterprise users -- namely its G Suite userbase. Enterprise users are often iOS users, and having the ability to protect high-value Google accounts on iOS devices via a security key will boost security practices for many companies. … [Read more...] about Google apps and websites get support for more security keys on iOS devices
Some kind of time-bending element appears to be part of the story, even if it's not strictly time travel – the name Tenet is a palindrome. 'Inversion' suggests an unusual relationship to time. As mentioned, the trailer shows a sequence where fired bullets appear in shattered glass, which the Protagonist notes is an event that hasn't actually happened yet. We then see the bullets fired into the glass, as the Protagonist wrestles with some guards. The Protagonist, then, appears to have knowledge of the strange nature of time in his reality. … [Read more...] about Tenet: release date, trailer, cast, theories and what we know about Christopher Nolan’s movie
As enumerated above, the technology that we use is more heterogeneous as well. Rather than relying on Microsoft for operating systems, applications, and services, there are many more providers involved in supporting users. A common stack for tech startups and small businesses is AWS for cloud, Google for apps and Apple for laptops, for example. All these services have to be joined together and effectively managed, and it’s only when companies reach a certain size that they consider using a directory at all, lest each of those resources have their own unique identity and login. … [Read more...] about Security and remote working – how to think about access
A Glitch in the Matrix - A "documentary examining simulation theory -- the idea that this world we live in might not be entirely real. Simulation theory is as old as Plato's Republic and as current as Elon Musk's Twitter feed. A Glitch in the Matrix traces the idea's genesis over the years."All Light, Everywhere - A documentary about the "surprising connections among technology, weapons, and mechanics of motion."Users - A film that "marvels at and fears for a world in which a child is not only at risk from a warming Earth but comes to trust a perfectly constructed artificial caretaker over his own biological mother."Bring Your Own Brigade - A documentary about out-of-control wildfires, "our out-of-balance relationship with nature and...what it will take to restore this delicate equilibrium."The Pink Cloud - Two strangers are forced to seek shelter together after a deadly cloud mysteriously takes over their city and the planet settles into an extended … [Read more...] about Sundance Film Festival brings big movie premieres straight to your home for the first time