The new Chromecast with Google TV, a $50 streaming device, improves on earlier models with the inclusion of a remote control. It also comes with a slick new TV interface for discovering content. Input senior reviews editor Ray Wong wrote a glowing review of the new Chromecast. He joins us to discuss.
And later: Due to the pandemic, movie theaters are shuttering. Blockbusters are getting shelved. Studios are scrambling to find their way. And all this could be a good thing. So argues Input editor in chief Joshua Topolsky in a recent piece for the site. He joins us to talk about his article.
On this episode of Input/Output, we talk about at-home video streaming and the future of the movie-going experience.
Read the original Input stories here:
- Nobody needs an Apple TV anymore now that Chromecast has a remote
- It's time for movie theaters to die so movies can live again
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