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Yesterday Google unveiled their Google TV website and it has plenty of information about what features and services Google TV is going to offer at the release. I'm sure more additions and features will be added as time goes on and let's not forget that the most important aspect of Google TV is of course the Google TV Apps.
So, what's on the feature list? Let's have a look see!
- Search (Both TV Listings, and Internet)
- Web (Utilizing Chrome Browser)
- Apps (Android Apps)
- Remote Control (Utilize your Android Phone as a Remote)
- Personalization (Your homepage, featuring your favorites)
- Dual View (Browse the web, utilize Apps while watching TV)
- DVR Capabilities (DISH only for now apparently)
- Ease of Use (Easy to use and compatible with all networks)
That about sums it up. The apps and the searching are really what it's about... saving time, finding...
Don't forget, Logitech is going to be revealing the full Monty tomorrow in regards to their Google TV lineup. Not much information is known about anything Logitech may be offering up besides the Logitech Revue which we've seen before. (Side note, we have a full Logitech Revue Forum section on our site).
If you attend this event be sure to report back to us with what ya seent!
Sony and Best Buy held a combined press event in New York and debuted a 46-inch LCD which featured Google TV. The exact model was a Sony NSX-46GT1 and features a chrome edged stand. Not much new features of Google TV were shown off but still it's a positive sign that there are plenty of actual production ready hardware with Google TV support out there.
You can read more at the original Engadget URL here: Sony's Google TV makes an early public appearance, reveals little -- Engadget
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