“Google says it’s bringing turn-based and real-time multiplayer capabilities to iOS. Should developers choose to integrate the service with their games, they’ll be able to enable gamers with Android and iOS devices to play against each other cross-platform.”
This could be awesome. Let’s stop this petty division between platforms and allow gamers, either casual or intense, to play against each other.
Roku is going to be offering a new version of its Roku Streaming Stick to compete with the massively popular Google Chromecast.
This may appeal to some folks who don’t get Chromecast. Yes, there are people put there like that. I think the lack of remote for some is a stumbling block. But the Roku Streaming Stick will be $50 compared to Google’s $35. Will the remote help? We’ll see.
Here’s a link to compare the Roku Streaming Stick to the other offerings in Roku’s lineup: Compare Roku Products
Google Fiber is expanding to 34 new cities…but unfortunately mine is not one of them. Is yours?