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 »
Logitech continues to gear up for the launch of their Google TV companion box, the Revue, as they released two new teaser videos and announced the nine finalist of their lofts contest. Our friend the TV with legs is back once again in a series of creepy videos that try to depict ... Read More »
Google TV is being pitched as a new experience that “combines the TV you know and love with the freedom and power of the Internet”, but the gaming opportunities have been downplayed so far.
When I look at Google TV, I see a viable game system that can actually compete with the likes of Microsoft, ... Read More »
Google TV is coming this fall and the Logitech Revue will be the first companion device available. We have learned several details about the set top box (it will run Android 2.1, support Flash 10.1, include Google Chrome Browser 5.0), but most of the hardware specs are still unknown.
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So Google TV looks pretty cool, but how many of us are willing to throw down a couple thousand on a new Sony TV? Thankfully Logitech has partnered with Google to produce the first Google TV companion box and it’s coming this year. The Logitech Revue will be available this fall and while no ... Read More »
Yesterday brought us not only the official announcement of Froyo, but also that of Google TV. To quote from Google directly “Google TV is a new experience for television that combines the TV that you already know with the freedom and power of the Internet.”
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Requires processing power that adds too much to the cost of the set.
Google has built a prototype set-top box, but the service could eventually be integrated into TVs.