Feel that calm in the air? Has your computer quit smoking from your RSS reader going nuts? That can only mean one thing during CES week: The show has actually started! The first day of CES is nothing like “Day 0.” Day 0 is when all the press events happen, when all the big products ... Read More »
Vizio has yet to really capture the momentum of Google and Android like some lesser known manufacturers, but they aren’t giving up yet. The company has a strong showing at CES this year, debuting a 10-inch Android tablet, some Google TV powered television sets and two Google TV set-top boxes.
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UK developer ustwo have been responsible for creating some of our favorite Android games. They created the Dot series of games, all of which have been the early reasons for our addiction to gaming on Android. They’ve also made extremely popular iOS games such as Whale Trail, which will ... Read More »
Last week we learned that Marvell would power some second-generation Google TV boxes, and last night we got our first preview of their Foresight Platform at CES Unveiled. Marvell only had a prototype box on display, but this was the first time we’ve seen the 1.2 GHz Marvell Armada 1500 system-on-a-chip (SoC) in action.
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Eric Schmidt’s dream of Google TV taking over consumers’ living rooms is one step closer to reality. Today, LG unveiled its first Google TV product that marries LG’s advanced TV functionality with Google’s Android OS. The LG Google TV features CINEMA 3D technology which works with passive 3D glasses and integration with LG’s Magic Remote ... Read More »
Today chipmaker Marvell announced that their new Foresight Platform, powered by the Marvell Armada 1500 HD Media system-on-a-chip (SoC), has been designed into the next generation of Google TVs expected to debut at CES 2012. Google was widely expected to reveal the second generation of Google TV devices at last year’s CES, but ... Read More »
A few days ago, my Logitech Revue received its long-awaited update to Android 3.1 and with it came glorious, glorious access to the Android Market. The main category I’d been longing to fill was a solid media player with decent codec support. I finally found that in Plex so I wanted to ... Read More »
Logitech Revue owners are finally getting a sweet serving of Honeycomb. Early this morning, Logitech announced that the Android 3.1 update for the Revue is currently being pushed out to all users, delivering a brand new UI and access to the Android Market. The Honeycomb update for the Revue makes it easier to find TV shows ... Read More »
The Logitech Revue, the first Google TV device to hit the market, has had a crazy ride since it was released almost a year ago, and it hasn’t been all that positive. Logitech recently announced that it was getting out of the Google TV business, signaling weak performance of its Revue ... Read More »
Earlier this week, Logitech hosted an Analyst and Investor day, during which the CEO of Logitech indicated that his company made a gigantic mistake when they went all in on the Logitech Revue with Google TV last holiday season. When Logitech decided to be the first company out with a Google ... Read More »