Tag Archive: Mirroring


Microsoft brings Android app mirroring to Windows 10

Mirroring or accessing your Android phone’s screen is on your computer is nothing new. There have been ways to do this in the past with other apps on Windows. However, Microsoft is about to make this process a lot easier by building it directly into Windows 10.

Beginning with the October update you will be able to use the Your Phone app to sync your Android phone with your Windows 10 computer. This comes after Microsoft was forced to ultimately  [Read More…]

Microsoft will soon make accessing your Android phone on Windows 10 easy with app mirroring

Mirroring or accessing your Android phone’s screen is on your computer is nothing new. There have been ways to do this in the past with other apps on Windows. However, Microsoft is about to make this process a lot easier by building it directly into Windows 10.

Beginning with the October update you will be able to use the Your Phone app to sync your Android phone with your Windows 10 computer. This comes after Microsoft was forced to ultimately  [Read More…]

AT&T simplifies international roaming with $10/day plan, perfectly mirroring Verizon

Traveling internationally is extremely exciting, but can also make you cringe at your cellular bill.

AT&T is completely simplifying and improving its international data plans this week by moving to a flat daily fee structure, replacing its previous offering of charging you based on megabytes of data and minutes of calls. The new plan, called the “International Day Pass”, simply charges you $ 10 per day to use your phone in any supported roaming country.

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Screen Stream Mirroring: The Swiss Army Knife of screen mirroring apps (review)

We’ve all been on a situation in which we’ve needed to show certain content to several people, and the easiest way of doing it is through our phones. Be it

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Pushbullet adds end to end encryption for Notification and SMS mirroring and Universal Copy and Paste

Pushbullet, the app that, amongst other things, lets you reply to your text messages from your computer and push files back and forth from your phone, has added end to end encryption. Users will now be able to safely push files and copied text back and forth from their PCs without fear of Pushbullet taking a peek.

In Pushbullet’s brief existence, the heroes behind the app have consistently added features suggested by the community. There was an initial pushback from the developers  [Read More…]

Pushbullet adds end-to-end encryption for SMS, notification mirroring and more

Pushbullet, the app which allows you to reply to notifications and messages on your phone from your computer, now offers end-to-end encryption for added security. With this, the information that is being transferred between your phone and computer is fully encrypted until it is received on the other end.

Firefox for Android grabs an update, brings support for mirroring to Chromecast

Firefox for Android has nabbed an update today, and it brings a whole host of goodies and fixes. The biggest new feature is that Mozilla’s browser now supports mirroring to Chromecast, after initially gaining support for the streaming device back in October.

Roku adds Android mirroring as beta feature

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Roku has added a new feature to its Roku 3 and Roku Streaming Stick (HMDI) experience which allows for mirroring of Android devices. Well, there’s also the option to mirror your WIndows 8.1 devices, too, but you’re not worried about that, are you?

Available in the latest beta release, the screen mirroring lets users connect their mobile devices to their Roku in a new and cool  [Read More…]

Roku Screen Mirroring beta launched for Android devices

Roku has started a beta of a new feature for its Roku 3 TV set top box and its Roku HDMI Streaming Stick that will allow them to mirror screens from Android devices to big screen televisions.

Dell Cast brings wireless tablet mirroring to the boardroom

Dell has launched a new dongle awfully similar to Google’s own Chromecast, except with a few key differences. Like Chromecast, the Dell Cast plugs into the HDMI slot on a TV or projector, and is powered over USB. However, you can then pair up a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard, and once set to Productivity mode through the coupled Android app, the Dell Cast builds a classic desktop-style layout on the larger screen.

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