Well, that was fast. Not even four days after showing us some photos of Google TV 2.0 running on the Logitech Revue, the same guys at GTVhacker have now put together an easy-to-follow set of instructions on how to install the much-awaited update on your Revue.
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Since its inception in late spring 2010, Google TV has been on a roller coaster of success and failure. On one hand, Google TV continues to provide an excellent entertainment experience at a rather reasonable cost. On the other, the platform still hasn’t taken off like Google would have liked. And that’s okay. The connected ... Read More »
As Google promised in May, Google TV is about to get a taste of some sweet Honeycomb. According to some reports, users are already seeing their Google TV devices appear under “My Devices” on the Market’s web app. This is most likely Google’s handiwork as they put the final touches before ... Read More »
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that Google is in early talks to purchase the popular video-streaming service Hulu. Google isn’t the only company vying for Hulu, however, as Microsoft and Yahoo! are also on the list of potential suitors.
Though Hulu is already on Android, this service is restricted to a select ... Read More »
Last month at Google I/O, Google announced a new version of Google TV based on Android 3.1. While the company wasn’t ready to release this new version of Google TV just yet, they did give out to a bunch of developers a set-top box with a beta version pre-installed. Thankfully, one of those developers has bravely ... Read More »
While everybody was celebrating Father’s Day this weekend, SageTV quietly got a new daddy: Google. For those of you who don’t know, SageTV is a company best known for its HTPC application, SageTV Media Center for Mac OS, Windows and Linux.
It’s safe to assume Google acquired SageTV’s staff and technology to improve Google TV. ... Read More »
That day when you’ll be able to play Call of Duty while sitting on a plane or or at the park is almost here. At Qualcomm’s Uplinq yesterday, OnLive announced the Universal Wireless Controller. The controller will allow you to play video games on any device that supports OnLive, including OnLive’s own MicroConsole, PC, Mac, ... Read More »
The two keynotes might be over, but Google I/O is still ongoing and bringing us some extra Android goodies. At the “Building Android Apps for Google TV” session, Google just gave us a sneak peek at the next version of Google TV.
This new version of Google TV will be based on Honeycomb ... Read More »
Just a few days ago we thought Google would announce a new version of Google TV at the company’s developer conference. We’re not so sure about that, right now. According to NewTeeVee, Google could give us a glimpse of the new Google TV at I/O, but the product itself won’t be ... Read More »
Everybody knows — including Google — Google TV devices are not flying off the shelves. In fact, last week we found out that Logitech’s Revue is not selling very well. Google must be very much aware of the issue, because according to an article on BusinessInsider, Google will announce a new ... Read More »