It’s the age of the cord-cutter, which means everyone’s competing for that streaming media customer, now including Microsoft. The Washington-based tech giant has upped the ante against Google and its Chromecast by releasing the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter, a dongle that allows the company’s phone and tablet
You read that right. Working on Miracast technology to develop a dongle that requires no wires between devices to stream content, Microsoft’s new gizmo has passed muster with the Federal Communications Commission, according to Ubergizmo. You’ll be able to plug it right into your device or any
The YouTube App for TV has been updated to reduce the number of clicks you need to make before you can actually watch something from your La-Z-Boy. The makeover has already come out on the Xbox One — which is getting a lot of gifts lately —
Starting in September, Microsoft is reportedly rolling out some kick-ass Xbox One updates that will vastly improve the user experience. SlashGear reports that DLNA streaming, threaded messaging and a new “Friends” section will all be added to the popular game console, not to mention a new media
Good news, Europe: Microsoft is helping you cut the cord! Xbox One owners across the Atlantic can now watch live TV broadcasts using their game console and a little device called the Xbox One Digital TV Tuner, Gigaom reports. Hitting France, Italy, Germany, Spain and the U.K.