The best Android multiplayer games

Want to play with (or against) local friends and online foes? These are the games you need.
#android #games #multiplayer http://www.greenbot.com/article/3031647/android/the-best-android-multiplayer-games.html#tk.rss_all Want to play with (or against) local friends and online foes? These are the games you need.
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The Official NBC Android App Now Supports Chromecast Video Streaming

The adoption of Chromecast as a de facto streaming standard was rapid, helped in no small part by the fact that it was the cheapest streaming gadget on the market which was immediately compatible with both major mobile phone systems. But not everyone leaps to support new tech, and old media giants like the National Broadcasting Company have never been accused of being nimble. So it took NBC the better part of three years to support Google’s streaming standard, so what – it’s not like they’re a multi-million dollar entertainment company backed by an international supercorp.
#chromecast #nbc #google #video #streaming #media http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/AndroidPolice/~3/JKI14JBQ3KA/story01.htm The adoption of Chromecast as a de facto streaming standard was rapid, helped in no small part by the fact that it was the cheapest streaming gadget on the… by Michael Crider in Applications, Chromecast, News

Raspberry Pi 3 Launches — 50% Faster, With Wi-Fi, Bluetooth And An Eye On IoT | Droolin’ Dog dot Net

Raspberry Pi 3: Now with WiFi and Bluetooth built in. #RaspberryPi3 #wifi #bluetooth #IoT http://droolindog.net/2016/02/raspberry-pi-3-launches-50-faster-with-wi-fi-bluetooth-and-an-eye-on-iot/ Raspberry Pi 3 Launches — 50% Faster, With Wi-Fi, Bluetooth And An Eye On IoT February 29, 2016 Natasha Lomas  A major new Raspberry Pi microprocessor has been announced today: the Pi 3 Model B board becomes the new top-of-the-line Pi, with a 64bit 1.2GHz quad-core chipset and 1GB RAM it’s being sla…

17 tech stories you missed this weekend

If when you woke up this morning the first thing to pop into your head was The Boomtown Rats hit ‘I don’t like Mondays‘ (or maybe Deathcab for Cutie’s ‘Monday Morning’ is more your speed) then I can only empathize with your distress, offer my apologies that the weekend has indeed finished and try to coax you into the working week. To make things a little easier for you, we’ve pulled together all the best tech stories from TNW and beyond from the last couple of days. All you need to do is silence your phone, clear your schedule and spend… http://thenextweb.com/insider/2016/02/29/17-tech-stories-you-missed-this-weekend/ All the tech news you missed from the last two days in one handy list.

Holographic storage and Lego computers: February’s most powerful new PC hardware

Between January’s hardware deluge and Mobile World Congress’ parade of phones, you’d think February would’ve been a relative snoozer on the PC front. Nope! We witnessed a wide array of compelling new computers and components in this shortened month, from a flood of itty-bitty PCs to futuristic storage crafted in quartz to a Raspberry Pi rig configured to harass Comcast when the ISP fails to deliver promised Internet speeds. Via #PCWorld PCWorld http://www.pcworld.com/article/3038297/computers/holographic-storage-and-lego-computers-februarys-most-powerful-new-pc-hardware.html#tk.rss_all From “Superman crystals” to a mini-PC invasion, February’s onslaught on new PC hardware was ferocious indeed.

Turn-by-Turn Navigation Showdown: Google Maps vs. Waze

You wouldn’t really think there could be that much difference between turn-by-turn navigation apps, but even just a glance at Google Maps and Waze shows how different they are. They might both be owned by the same company, but they work completely differently.
#GoogleMaps #Waze #Navigation #google #crowdsourced http://lifehacker.com/turn-by-turn-navigation-showdown-google-maps-vs-waze-1761550298 You wouldn’t really think there could be that much difference between turn-by-turn navigation apps, but even just a glance at Google Maps and Waze shows how different they are. They might both be owned by the same company, but they work completely differently.