Google killed the Chromecast Audio, so now’s a great time to buy one
Google just discontinued one of its best and most underrated products, the Chromecast Audio. On the plus side, the company is offering a great deal as it gets rid of inventory: you can now buy the $35 dongle for just $15 on Google’s website. Launched in 2015, Chromecast Audio was an easy way to add casting abilities to almost any speaker. As long it had an analog or digital audio input, you could cast to it. Since then, Google has launched its own line of speakers, while third-party manufacturers have added Google’s casting protocol to their own products as well.… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Chromecast,Google
In the name of getting big quick, it seems like some of the most valuable private tech companies are turning to mergers and acquisitions (M&A) as a way to accelerate business growth. So-called “unicorns”—privately-held technology companies which achieve billion-dollar valuations sometime before (or as a direct result of) going public or exiting via M&A—are chomping […]
It’s time to stop cheating on your loyal customers An e-commerce marketer or entrepreneur always looks for how to drive more traffic and sales for their business. They get many pieces of advice from people on how to double their e-commerce sales or how to get more traffic to their store, but most of it […]
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