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Hosted by Joe Humphrey, Gabriel Brangers, and Robby Payne, The Chrome Cast is a weekly show that unpacks everything from hardware to software in the world of Chrome, Chrome OS, and Google so that listeners can be more informed on all the latest updates, changes, and devices. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chromeunboxed/support
 
Hoi chummers! This is Chrome City Chronicles, an Indianapolis set and based Shadowrun Actual Play and Audio drama podcast!Our actual play takes place in a futuristic, augment-driven Indianapolis in the year 2077, as our six lead runners attempt to overcome their life-threatening debts while under the watchful eye of an omniscient force known only as Janus.Meanwhile, our audio drama tells the story two years prior with P.I. Keith Kincaid following the trail of a devastating Seattle massacre, ...
 
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This week on the Chrome Cast, we spend a good bit of time talking through MediaTek’s Executive Summit, the things that were announced there, and our thoughts on what the landscape of MediaTek ARM-powered Chromebooks will look like in the coming weeks and months. Joe was lucky enough to get to go out to California for the event and we made some fant…
 
In this episode Royboy talks with Trent Sherrill & Mikey Brown of Paper to Pavement. Both have been guests before on the podcast, Trent has been a photographer for years and no runs Speed & Kulture Magazine, Mikey owns Mikey Brown’s Upholstery and has been building some very cool drag cars since we last talked to him on this show. They’ve teamed up…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we begin the show talking about all things Pixel 6. With a few launch-related bugs, we've been really impressed with Google's continual ownership of the issues and their quickness in fixing things they've admitted are actually problems. For past phones, the company has been a bit more hesitant to admit clear failures b…
 
This week on the podcast, we begin things by chatting about the recent GPU benchmarks that have surfaced for the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. With the two phones being out in the wild for a few weeks at this point, it is nice to see where some of the speedy performance comes from and knowing the GPU is insanely powerful in the Pixel 6 give us hope that…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we start the show by discussing the latest piece of Chrome OS hardware to show up in the office: the Lenovo Chromebook Duet 5. This large, thin tablet was one that wasn't the most intriguing when it was announced, but has quickly won us all over thanks to a combo of a fantastic 1080p OLED screen, sleek build quality, a…
 
This week, we open the show with some review-type thoughts on the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. With our video recently going out that highlights our collective conflict over which Pixel to buy, there's a lot to talk about now that we've had these phones in our hands for well over a week. With some of the recent GPU benchmarks and real-world tests run o…
 
I don’t think we need to think too much about what this week’s podcast is centered on. Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are launched, in our office, and we definitely have some thoughts. This year, it’s not about “to Pixel, or not to Pixel?” Instead, the question really is all about which Pixel is the right one for each users. While I really thought I was a…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we’re still stuck in Pixel 6 land. We warned you that it would be a Pixel party until the 19th and here we sit, just days out from the final unveiling. In the last week, more leaks came up, more specs were verified, and more hype was generated on the way. There were new landing pages discovered and Google has put their…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we begin the show discussing the major outage that struck Facebook this week, bringing down all their services along with it. For most of the work day Monday, users were unable to send messages via Messenger or WhatsApp, post on Facebook or Instagram, or access Oculus VR services. It was a big deal that affected a ton …
 
This episode Royboy talks with Brant Martin of Martin’s Rod & Custom in Lampasas, TX https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/chromepipespinstripes/205.mp3 If you are seeing this in your email and you cannot play the audio above, go to the website Find Martin’s Rod & Custom online at: https://martinsrodandcustom.com Facebook Instagram See you at a show, R…
 
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This week on The Chrome Cast, we begin the show by once again delving into the week's news surrounding the highly-anticipated Pixel 6 launch. With the new rumors swirling, it seems clear that we'll be seeing these new phones up for order on October 19th - less than four weeks from now. We also take some time to further discuss the Pixel fold and th…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we spend some time unpacking the recent – and frankly surprising – jab Apple chose to take at Chromebooks during their latest keynote presentation. In very non-Apple fashion, the company chose to quickly mention Chromebooks when talking about their latest, entry-level iPad and though it was a bit of a misdirection, the…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we discuss the new way that Google teased the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro with little warning in a new sizzle video on YouTube. The ad-like, 30-second video doesn’t give too much away that we didn’t already know, but it did give us the first official looks at the new Pixel phones in the hands of actual humans. Sure, the re…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we dive into all the news surrounding the release date of the upcoming Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. Though there were murmurs of a possible unveiling on September 13th, it looks like that won’t be the case and there’s a new rumor swirling from noted leaker Jon Prosser that places the launch of Google’s new phones on Octobe…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we had a handful of things to talk through, but the first half of the show was dominated by discussion of the HP Chromebook X2 11. This device is now available at Best Buy and as we wait during the next few days for it to arrive, we’re getting more hyped about it with every passing moment. From the 11-inch 3:2 QHD disp…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we’re welcoming our contributing writer Luke Short on the show to discuss a bit more in-depth about the discoveries he’s made getting Vulkan API support working on Chromebooks. For gaming on Chrome OS to finally arrive, Vulkan is a necessary piece of the overall puzzle. Though Luke’s work hasn’t unlocked the full Borea…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we dive into Samsung's latest announcements, including the two new foldables (Galaxy Fold 3 and Flip 3), the new Samsung Watch, and the latest Galaxy Buds. Sometimes new tech comes out and we just have to discuss the long-term ramifications of new advancements whether it surrounds Chromebooks or not. This is one of tho…
 
This week’s episode of The Chrome Cast should probably be renamed “The Pixel Show”. In case you missed the news, Google officially unveiled its upcoming flagship phone earlier this week. Needless to say, we are excited and there’s a lot to talk about. While we spend quite a bit of the podcast talking specifically about the new hardware, the Tensor …
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we spend the first half of the show sorting out what is going on in the confusion surrounding MediaTek's latest Kompanio 1300T SoC announcement. While Kompanio chips have been included in low-end Chromebooks and will ship in two additional variations in other Chromebooks by the end of the year, this latest chip is bein…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we discuss Google's latest Chrome OS update bugs, how to fix them, and why in the end these bugs aren't nearly as big of a deal on Chrome OS as they are on competing operating systems. For the second half of the show, we dig into all the new hardware on the way from ASUS, including the new CX9 and surprise Flip CX5400.…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we’re excited to welcome our contributing writer – Luke Short – who is well versed in the development that is ongoing with the gaming changes coming to Chrome OS in the coming months. Between ‘Mushu’ and a dedicated GPU in the works for a Chromebook, the Borealis project (which is bringing Steam games to Chrome OS), Pr…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we start the show off by discussing the most recent leaks surrounding the upcoming Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro that give us more details on what to expect this fall along with a promise for 5 years of regular security updates from Google. In the second half of the show, we start by discussing Chrome OS 91's update issues a…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we discuss the new apps that have arrived for Chromebooks and why they are so important to the ecosystem. It isn’t just that Zoom has an official PWA or that Opera has optimized the Android-based browser just for Chromebooks, it’s the fact that larger entities are beginning to really take note of Chrome OS and are buil…
 
In this episode Royboy talks with Clint Glasgow about hot rods, customs and coming from New Zealand to the USA and all kinds of stories in between. https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/chromepipespinstripes/204_mixdown.mp3 If you are seeing this in your email and you cannot play the audio above, go to the website Clint’s Model A See you at a show, Roy…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we begin by discussing all the gaming news that is swirling in the Google/Chromebook world this week. From Stadia finally launching on Chromecast with Google TV (and Android TV) to more news on 'Borealis' and Steam games coming to Chrome OS, there was a lot of great news in the gaming sphere this week. From there we mo…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we open the show by explaining a bit about our new, upcoming series simply called Upstream. With audience-submitted questions and expert-driven answers, we hope Upstream will turn into a place for all our readers to get interesting, insightful answers to things that aren't always a Google search away. We follow this up…
 
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