Smart TVs are incredibly useful, streaming services like Netflix, Hulu Plus and YouTube straight to your television without extra hardware. But if you don’t have a smart TV, you have a few options available to you, like a Roku, a Google TV box or even some Android powered boxes.
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In a world where Google TV has never really caught on and the latest Android powered gaming systems don’t really offer a true Android experience, you’d think someone would be able to deliver an “Android powered smart TV providing the full Android ecosystem.”
Say hello to the Archos TV Connect, an add-on which transforms your ... Read More »
To say that 2011 was a huge year for Samsung would be an understatement. When they released the Behold II in the very tail-end of 2009, it seemed 2010 would be the year Samsung fell off the face of the earth. And then the Galaxy S happened. The six months that followed the original Galaxy ... Read More »
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Along with their IdeaTab S2, Lenovo has just detailed the K91, a smart TV based on Android 4, Ice Cream Sandwich.
As the world’s first smart TV running Android 4, Lenovo aims to “unite three major smart TV functions” with the K91: Video on Demand, Internet applications and traditional TV programs. Lenovo’s custom apps ... Read More »
Samsung Electronics said it could equip some of its future HDTVs with Google TV services according to a report from Bloomberg. We knew Samsung was bullish on connected TVs, but they have been pushing their own Smart TV platform and recently announced a â‚¬500,000 dev contest to build support for ... Read More »
Intel hopes to one day dominate the smartphone market with their Moorestown platform, but their first design win for Android will be the line up of Google TV devices slated to debut this fall. Google hand picked their partners for the Google TV launch and the Intel Atom platform is the brains that will ... Read More »