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A new rumor claims that Google will be launching a new set-top TV box platform based on Android called Android TV in a bid to make consumers forget about their failure with Google TV.
Google is reportedly planning to launch its own Nexus-branded TV set-top box early next year with 'aggressive pricing' and a focus on Android gaming, as part of a renewed push into living rooms.
A Google spokesperson has informed Neowin that there will be "ample room" for both Chromecast and its older Google TV OS and they hope to add Google TV support to Chromecast at some point.
A new rumor claims that Google may be developing its own online TV service, which could compete with Microsoft's plans for the Xbox One and Intel's own Internet TV plans.
Intel is highly rumored to be developing its own TV set-top box combined with some kind of TV service as well, although it appears that there won't be a formal announcement at CES next week.
Even though TV manufacturers are throwing in tons of Internet apps and features in new "smart TVs", a new survey by NPD shows that those features are barely being used by consumers.
Google is looking to emulate Apple and Microsoft, adding functionality to allow the multitude of Android based mobile devices to stream media to their range of Google TV devices.
Thanks to an update rolling out tonight, Google TV owners will be able to search, watch, listen, rent and purchase music, movies and television episodes from the Google Play store.
Google has announced that its Google TV platform would add more support for the Google Play download store, letting Google TV devices purchase and download movies, TV shows and music
TV maker Vizio has announced the Co-Star, a new TV set-top box that has support for Google TV and the OnLive streaming game service. Pre-orders begin in July for $99.99
Sony has announced plans to launch a set-top box based on the Google TV operating system. Pre-orders for the Internet Player with Google TV have started and it will ship on July 22nd for $199.
Forrester Research analyst James McQuivey has issued a report which states Microsoft is leading both Apple and Google in the battle for television supremacy.
A new report claims that LG will launch its first television sets running Google TV in late May, as Google continues to develop its smart-TV operating system.
Google TV was a product that Google was hoping would get them in to the living room. But with only a few products on the market, where are all the Google TVs promised by Eric Schmidt?
If you own a Google TV-based product, you will soon be able to download a new update for Google TV's YouTube feature that has performance improvements and new features.
Google has announced that it will add support for OnLive's streaming PC game service to devices that have the Google TV software, starting with the OnLive Viewer app.
In a surprising move, just before CES 2012 Lenovo has announced a new TV known as the K91 Smart TV that is to be powered by a Qualcomm dual-core processor and Android 4.0
Google has announced a bunch of new hardware partners that will be incorporating its Google TV software into their products, including future TVs from LG, Samsung, Sony, Visio and more.,
Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt predicted today that by the middle of 2012, the majority of new TVs built will have a version of the Google TV operating system embedded inside.
As Samsung confirms that the company will launch new Google TV products next year, one has to wonder why, when an Apple television seems to be the only real hope for the future of TV.
We review the new 2.0 version of Google TV, the software update to Google's TV platform that is currently available on some Sony televisions and will be coming soon to Logitech's Revue set-top box.
A new rumor claims that LG plans to introduce a new television at CES 2012 in early January that will have the Google TV software from Google installed inside the box.
Logitech's new CEO is apparently cutting ties with Google, saying that the company won't be making anymore of the Google TV-based Revue TV set-top boxes and calling it a "beta" product.
YouTube has officially announced its plans to offer up more original video content on its site, partnering with a number of well known media companies and creators. The launch will begin in November.
Google TV 2.0, the first major software update for Google's TV platform, is scheduled to be released for Sony's Bravia televisions early next week, with Logitech's Revue set-top box to follow later.
Google TV is expected to get a major update by the end of September that will add features of Android 3.0, or Honeycomb, to the TV-based operating system,
Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt has announced that products with its Google TV service will be launched in Europe sometime in early 2012.
Rumors have hit the Internet again that Apple is working on a television that will run its iOS operating system inside for launch in 2012.
Google has released the first preview of its upcoming Google TV add-on for the Android SDK. Developers will soon be able to build Android applications designed specifically for TVs.
Logitech's CEO admits that the Google TV-based set top box the Logitech Revue has not met expectations
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