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  • Google Inc. has unveiled a gadget that will lean on its widel<strong>y</strong> used Chrome Web browser and take aim at Apple in the living room. The new device, called Chromecast, is part of the compan<strong>y</strong>”s attempt to make it easier for people to access <strong>Internet</strong> content on their TVs. Chromecast is a small stick roughl<strong>y</strong> the same size as a thumb drive that can be plugged into an HDMI port on flat-panel TVs. It brings Netflix, Google”s <strong>Y</strong>ouTube site and o...

    Google unveils $35 Chromecast that lets you stream Internet content to TV

    Google Inc. has unveiled a gadget that will lean on its widely used Chrome Web browser and take aim at Apple in the living room. The new device, called Chromecast, is part of the company”s attempt to make it easier for people to access Internet content on their TVs. Chromecast is a small stick roughly the same size as a thumb drive that can be plugged into an HDMI port on flat-panel TVs. It brings Netflix, Google”s YouTube site and o...

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  • The population of China is more like using a smartphone rather than a PC to access the <strong>Internet</strong>. It marks a significant achievement of the explosion of popularit<strong>y</strong> achieved b<strong>y</strong> China. It was submitted b<strong>y</strong> the Chinese government on Thursda<strong>y</strong>. As quoted b<strong>y</strong> Reuters, users who access the <strong>Internet</strong> through smartphones in China rose 22.2 percent over the previous <strong>y</strong>ear. Currentl<strong>y</strong>, there are 388 million users accessing the <strong>Internet</strong> via a smartphone, accor...

    More Joy of China’s population Accessing the Internet Through Smartphone

    The population of China is more like using a smartphone rather than a PC to access the Internet. It marks a significant achievement of the explosion of popularity achieved by China. It was submitted by the Chinese government on Thursday. As quoted by Reuters, users who access the Internet through smartphones in China rose 22.2 percent over the previous year. Currently, there are 388 million users accessing the Internet via a smartphone, accor...

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  • The Barr<strong>y</strong> Diller-backed <strong>Internet</strong> compan<strong>y</strong> that challenged cable and satellite TV services b<strong>y</strong> offering inexpensive live television online plans to expand beyond New <strong>Y</strong>ork Cit<strong>y</strong> this spring. In the wake of a federal court ruling that tentativel<strong>y</strong> endorsed its legalit<strong>y</strong>, Aereo will bring its $8-a-month service to Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington and 18 other markets in the U.S., as well as to New <strong>Y</strong>ork”s suburbs. For the past <strong>y</strong>ear, the ser...

    TV-over-Internet service expands despite lawsuits

    The Barry Diller-backed Internet company that challenged cable and satellite TV services by offering inexpensive live television online plans to expand beyond New York City this spring. In the wake of a federal court ruling that tentatively endorsed its legality, Aereo will bring its $8-a-month service to Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington and 18 other markets in the U.S., as well as to New York”s suburbs. For the past year, the ser...

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