Google Cast is a proprietary protocol by Google which enables controlling playback of Internet-streamed audiovisual content on the Chromecast, Android TV and other compatible devices. From the consumer perspective, Google Cast connects two devices: a sender (i.e a smartphone) and a receiver (such as a Chromecast). Using the Google Cast
How exactly does malware find its way on to Android smartphones and tablets? By some margin, it’s by way of Google’s Play Store, which despite repeated efforts to clean it up remains a recurring source of sketchy applications that sit somewhere between suspiciously misleading and downright malicious. But according to
Google has a new form of encryption called Adiantum that’s designed to bring storage encryption to cheaper Android devices without impacting performance. Currently, devices such as low-powered Android Go smartphones, smart watches, and Televisions fall below Google’s performance requirements for encryption. With Adiantum, Google says that every Android device can be encrypted, meaning
Is Google Eyeing Ripple? How XRP Could Benefit from the Alleged Attention… A major claim regarding the interest of Google in Ripple and their native currency XRP is cruising the web, following the interest of over 120 banks and financial institutions that previously joined RippleNet, the network of Ripple supporters.