In this round-up we take a quick look at some of the more notable news in the world of Google's Chromecast.
Motorola are offering US customers the opportunity to buy the Google Chromecast dongle through their online store for $35 - the same price as elsewhere.
Rumoured since the launch of the device, HBO Go has recently appeared on one of Google's Chromecast pages.
Pandora is the latest service to add support for Google's content streaming device.
Amazon has clarified the situation regarding international availability of Google's Chromecast device.
Hulu have updated their Android and iOS apps to support Google's Chromecast content streaming device.
The AirCast Android app brings local content from Dropbox, Google Drive, and your phone to the Chromecast.
Amazon appear to have woefully under-estimated customer demand for Google's $35 streaming device 'Chromecast', delaying existing orders by 2-3 months.
The first Chromecast update is pushing out to devices from today, Beta and Dev Channels are also now available for users wanting the bleeding edge.
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Google have released the Chromecast Android App to the Play Store for setting up and configuring all the Chromecast devices in your home.