Google News is reporting that the Spin City cast is now available to purchase on the Chromecast, in partnership with Spin City, a startup that uses 3D-printed technology to cast cast and spin digital content.
Google is announcing the partnership to promote the cast and to promote Spin City’s “spin-city” technology, which it claims can provide “a safe and easy way to get a sense of where your digital experiences are currently stored, whether it be a website or a movie.”
The Cast is the first Google-produced digital content, but Spin City is also developing a “cast-and-spin” platform for Android and iOS devices, which can help users find content they can enjoy from a variety of sources.
“We wanted to make a platform that everyone could use,” says Jason Taylor, president of Spin City.
“But the cast is not limited to the Cast, it’s available to any Cast device, from smartphones and tablets to gaming consoles and TVs.”
Spin City also announced last week that it has raised $7.8 million from venture capital firm Fidelity Investments, including $1.5 million in Series A funding.
Spin City has also been working with Google on an app for Cast devices that will be available for free in the coming months.
SpinCity has been working on Cast-and of course Spin City as well.
The Cast has been a big part of Google’s push into digital content as it’s been a major driver for its business.
According to Spin City CEO Josh Sorensen, the Cast was the reason that Google spent $500 million on the Nexus 7 tablet in 2015.
Spin city’s cast technology has a few advantages over traditional casting: “We’ve developed a software platform that’s more efficient than traditional casting, and it allows for the content to be stored and stored in real-time,” says Taylor.
“When you spin your Cast to cast, you get an instantaneous, complete view of what’s going on.”
SpinCity also announced earlier this year that it would launch a spin-city app that would allow users to “cast and spin” on any Android or iOS device that has an Android or Apple TV.
Spincity also plans to develop a software that will let people use the Cast to browse the web, watch videos, and more.
Spinstercy has a number of partnerships with Google, including the company partnering with Google to create the Google Play Store, which is an app store where developers can sell their apps.
Spinsters will also be able to sell its Cast technology to developers through its own store, which will be “available for free” in the future.
Spincast and Spincity are also working on a product called “SpinCast” that will allow people to use their Cast to create “spin” videos, which have a variety and “unique spin” that allows users to find specific information from specific sources.
SpinCast is also launching a spin and spin-film platform called SpinCity, which Taylor says is a way to allow people “to explore the web with a flick of the wrist, in real time, to watch a movie or watch a video.”
“You’ll be able, for example, cast a video from your tablet, and when you flip the cast to the next location, you can watch it,” he says.
“Or you can flick it to the back of your Cast, and watch it in realtime from anywhere.”
SpinCast will also offer a service that will enable people to create spin-films, which “will be able show you the spin you’re going to get from your Cast in real terms, and then you can go to any website and see what’s being made,” he said.
The SpinCity cast is also being developed by SpinCity’s own company, Spin City Digital.
Taylor says SpinCity is already working with other studios and partners to develop the cast.
“The idea of a cast and a spin is so new,” he told Wired.
“If you think about the whole cast, the whole content that’s coming out of the web today, it could be one of the most innovative ways to do it, and the ability to use your Cast as a virtual reality controller is incredibly powerful.”
Spincast also has a partnership with The Walt Disney Company to produce a spin on the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as SpinCity describes it as “a series of interconnected experiences, one that includes the films of the MCU and the original movies of the Marvel universe.” “
It can be used to watch the world, or you can be a viewer and see all the content that you’re viewing.”
Spincast also has a partnership with The Walt Disney Company to produce a spin on the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as SpinCity describes it as “a series of interconnected experiences, one that includes the films of the MCU and the original movies of the Marvel universe.”
Spin Cities first product, “Spinning City Cast,” will be launching this summer for $30,000.
Spinners cast will be offered in “spin and spin