Weekly News Round-up: What You May Have Missed in the World of Android

Virtual Reality is coming to YouTube. That shouldn’t be too much of a surprise given that 360° videos have been around for awhile. But according to this post, the videos are going to get even cooler.

VR Mode YouTube YouTube VR

Excuse me while I grab my Cardboard.

And in other news …

Sling TV is bringing its service to Chromecast. Sling offers television packages you can stream over the internet.

SlingTV Package


And while I’d never suggest violating copyright or other restrictions, there is this post on bypassing Chromecast’s region restrictionsHint: the process involves DNS.


Google is countering the statement in The Wall Street Journal claiming that Android and Chrome OS will become one.





Here’s a good write up on how to use Google Keep’s newest update that allows drawings. (You might also consider reading this post about better note-taking.


Games from my childhood are available on Android Wear:


Lawyerist introduced me to The Solicitor General’s Style Guide: Second Edition, which coincides with my post on the second edition of Typography for Lawyers. Now you have two examples of how to write better briefs, memos, and other pleadings.


Have you considered story boarding the arguments for your next hearing or trial? Perhaps you might try this.


And finally, The Apps Show has several new videos showcasing new updates to Google Drive and Google’s office apps.

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Jeff Taylor

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