Google Chromecast

You'll have to be a BT customer, but we don't have a release date yet

It's only been a couple of weeks since the Chromecast made its way to the UK, and the content offerings for the little streaming stick have been increasing with rapid pace. The latest on the way is sports programming — yup, meaning all of your favorite football teams — from BT, which joins BBC iPlayer for UK-based content on the device.

Naturally you'll need to be a BT customer in order to get in on the sports coverage, but further information isn't yet known at this point. The Financial Times doesn't have a specific launch date for streaming sports, but you can be sure more than a few people will be making noise when it finally arrives.

Source: Financial Times; Via: Engadget

 
There are 6 comments

FutureKix says:

Chromecast is awesome, it's about time the UK get's to share in its awesomeness.

still1 says:

even with limited app support(initial apps) chromecast was awesome but now it getting super awesome

SmItH197 says:

Called it!

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Taz89 says:

Rapidly increasing, lol I think it's been very slow, how Google didn't get the likes of 4od,demand 5 etc on board before releasing is beyond me..

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dusoccer10 says:

That is great news for folks in the UK. I'm really hoping that WatchESPN adds support soon.

I'm hoping us in the US get more decent apps supporting Chromecast. The current app list is not that good.

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