After a prolonged discount period, the only places you'll probably find a Chromecast Audio are your big box spots and peer-to-peer marketplaces.
It's a summer sale going on through July 17 Pacific Time and it involves smart speakers, over-the-top TV dongles and a whole lot more Google.
Google YouTube and Amazon original content were prime chips in this war between two giants in merchandise and online services.
Users of those devices were disappointed to see slow speeds and no one exactly knew why, but Google's put the spanner to the works.
In the absence of Pixel 2 or 2 XL Black Friday deals, Google Store shoppers will have to make do with Google Home, Home Mini and Daydream View discounts.
Maybe. It depends on how this design works out. The patent has been awarded and the pins are aligning. All we need to do is see it in action.
Not only is the popular Google Home smart speaker available at $30 off list on eBay, also hooking you up with a free Chromecast.
Pair any Chromecast buy with a Google Home and you'll get $15 off. Furthermore, you can get an extra $10 off the bill with a Chromecast Ultra purchase.
The app will remain the same, but after Google made the case about being personal and everywhere in your life, this image change was expected.
If you want the latest feature on your Chromecast first, you can opt in to test them. No, you're not getting half-baked stuff that needs incubation.
Chromebooks are on the table. So is the Huawei Watch. And the Huawei Watch. And... the Huawei Watch. Also, a last ditch Nexus deal.
It's Hi-Fi streaming for your Hi-Fi equipment, here at last. Tidal is off to make some lovely noise on your Google Cast speakers.
There's yet another deal available for new and existing Chromecast and Chromecast Audio owners, netting you free Pandora One service for 60 days.
Stop by the Google Fiber Space at SXSW this weekend and have a crack at a free Pixel C, a Nexus or Android Wear. Not there? Play via Twitter!
If you were thinking of buying a Chromecast Audio, the smart thing to do right now is get two units at a total price of $55, down from $70.
The 2015 Chromecast and Chromecast Audio aren't quite as tempting as a couple of months back, but they're still bundled with free $10 gift cards.
That "stuff" includes free music, free movies or even a free Chromecast. All you need to do is get on Android Pay and tap 10 purchases by March.
Music lovers, take note: a new Chromecast Audio update offers higher quality playback and multi-room sync support.
Google Chromecast and Chromecast Audio Review are now available. What's new, and should you buy one, or both?
Google doesn't want to take any responsibility whatsoever for the lack of Apple Music service on the new Chromecast Audio, pointing the finger at Cupertino.
Learn more about Google's new Chromecast Audio, a new gadget that brings smart connected features to your old existing speakers at home