Google Gets TV Right With Chromecast: Jaroslovsky

Aug. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Rich Jaroslovsky reviews Google Inc.'s $35 Chromecast, a thumb-sized gadget that plugs into your television and, using your Wi-Fi network, connects it to the Internet. Unlike Apple and Roku television boxes, the Chromecast doesn’t come with a remote control. Instead, you use an Android phone, tablet, iPhone or iPad. (Source: Bloomberg)
Helping Large Brands Engage Customers: Sprinklr
38:04 - Sprinklr President Carlos Dominguez discusses how Sprinklr helps large brands engage their customers and becoming part of the billion-dollar startup club. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Alix Steel on “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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