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    I thought it would be a good idea to start a thread for any news announcements related to Google TV / Android TV at the big 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (running this week through January 10th). If you come across any news please post here - and I'll do the same. I haven't heard any news yet but it's still early.
     
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    Philips announced a line of android Smart TVs at CES - however the article mentions the first models will be available in Europe and Russia - with the majority of Philip's smart televisions running android by 2015:

    CES 2014: Philips beefs up Smart TVs with Android and all its apps

    by Tech Radar - Jan. 6, 2014

    -- Upgraded Smart TV software looks to be a bit of a thing at CES 2014, and Philips has chosen to follow the green-brick road by adding Android to its upcoming sets.


    Slated to hit Europe and Russia some time between April and June 2014, the new Android-enriched TV sets will give users access to the compatible apps in Google Play as well as Philips' own existing Smart TV apps (which include things like iPlayer and catch-up TV in the UK, as well as some on-demand services, an EPG and music streaming).


    Game on


    Although we don't have a name, picture or any solid specs for the actual hardware that will launch with Android on board yet, Philips' Android line-up will use a "new powerful quad-core chip" which is intended to make your Google Play-based gaming experience all the better.


    There's also the obvious benefit that Philips' upcoming TVs will work better with Android smartphones and tablets, although we're assured that iOS wireless sharing should still play nice with them too.


    Maarten de Vries, CEO of TP Vision which owns Philips TV, says that 2014 will see most of its high-end sets come with the Android smarts, while "the majority of our Smart TVs will be Android powered" by 2015.
     
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    This Lenovo Thinkvision 28 isn't a television - it's a monitor / android stand-alone-device. Interesting nonetheless.....

    Lenovo ThinkVision 28 Smart 4K Display - LCD Monitors - CNET Reviews (click for full article)

    -- Lenovo's ThinkVision 28 4K display is an impressive package, and not just because of its screen. The multi-touch display not only boasts a 3,840x2,160-pixel resolution, it also doubles as an Android all-in-one device.

    Starting at $999, the 28-inch monitor houses a variety of ports on the base of its stand, including DisplayPort, Ethernet, and three HDMI. The ThinkVision 28 also packs two 5-watt speakers, two noise canceling microphones, and a front-facing 2-megapixel camera.

    As an all-in-one device, the ThinkVision 28 runs Android 4.4 and houses a NVIDIA Tegra CPU with 2GB of RAM. The device comes with 32 GB of internal storage and offers a microSD card expansion slot. If you fancy more.


    Read more at: http://reviews.cnet.com/lcd-monitors/lenovo-thinkvision-28-smart/4505-3174_7-35833676.html
     
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    I was debating whether to post about this new Netgear device in the off-topic section or in this section. The reason is that according to the article the Netgear NeoMediaCast device runs it's own custom version of android. I'll post about it here:

    Netgear launches NeoMediacast wireless display dongle - Liliputing (click for full article)

    by Brad Linder - Jan. 6, 2014

    -- Netgear's answer to the Google Chromecast has arrived. Like Google's media streaming stick, the Netgear NeoMediacast NTV300D HDMI dongle is a pocket-sized device that you can plug into the HDMI port of your TV to stream video to your big screen from your phone or other devices.


    But the NTV300D is more versatile than the Chromecast in some ways - it has a microSD card, for instance. So you can load up some videos on a storage card, insert it, and play those videos on you TV even without an internet connection.


    The Netgear dongle also supports 802.11ac WiFi and features Bluetooth 4.0 so that you can connect a Bluetooth remote control or other device.


    On the other hand, part of what makes the Chromecast special is its simplicity - there's really no user interface to speak of, so you don't need a Bluetooth remote, keyboard, or other hardware with a Chromecast. You just use your phone to find content, tap a button, and it plays on your TV.


    The Netgear NeoMediacast NTV300D can act as a secondary display for an Android device thanks to its support for Miracast wireless display technology. But it also runs its own Android-based software and includes apps such as a web browser, music and video players, and according to one press shot of the user interface, even Adobe Flash Player for Android.


    There's also support for Samba networking, which means you should be able to connect to shared network drives to stream content to your TV.


    Netgear says the device leverages the Android SDK so that app developers can easily allow their existing Android 4.2 or later apps to support the system. But a system that's more versatile while also being more complex might be a bit less appealing to some folks.


    The NTV300D features support for 1080p H.264 and MPEG4 video playback, features a micro USB OTG port, an HDMI 1.4 connector, and draws power from a USB port.


    It's expected to launch in the first half of 2014. Netgear hasn't yet announced a price for the NTV300D.
     
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    Interesting - this GigaOm article says the Netgear NeoMediacast device will be sold to Pay TV operators. It may not even support the full Google Play Store - so it's definitely not "Google TV" as we have known it:

    Netgear wants to replace your cable box with a Chromecast-sized Android dongle ? Tech News and Analysis

    by Janko Roettgers - Jan. 6, 2014

    -- Honey, they shrunk the cable box: Netgear introduced a new TV dongle called the NeoMediacast, also known as NTV300D, at CES Monday that seems partially inspired by Google's Chromecast. The NTV300D is going to be sold to pay TV operators, who may lease or resell it to their customers. In other words, Netgear aiming to replace the cable box with a USB flash drive-sized stick that gets plugged into a TV's HDMI port.


    Read more at: http://gigaom.com/2014/01/06/netgear-ntv300d-neomediacast/
     
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    Here is another new android device announced at CES today. It's not Google TV though.

    Snakebyte Vyper, New 3-in-1 Android Tablet, Smart TV, And Game System To... -- LAS VEGAS, Jan. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

    LAS VEGAS, Jan. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Snakebyte Vyper, the world's first portable three-in-one entertainment hub, launches in North America on Jan. 31, 2014, and launches in Europe today. Vyper is the consumer-desired evolution of the tablet, smart TV, and game system.


    It is the only tablet designed to let consumers enjoy their favorite apps on the go or on their television via the custom TV dock and two different controllers, which match every entertainment experience found on the Google Play Store. In North America, Vyper will be available at Gamestop.com, BestBuy.com, Walmart.com, Amazon.com, and Newegg.com starting at $199.


    (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140106/SF41585)


    "We believe tablets can better integrate into the true, on-the-go family dynamic to unleash the huge library of content in the Google Play Store whether on the small screen tablet or the big screen television," says Nicki Repenning, vice president of business development for Sunflex. "With Vyper, we've created a custom UI for the television, a dock, an airmouse for navigation and casual games, and a wireless game controller so users and families can get the most of their Android apps whether on the move or relaxing in front of their television."


    "For more than twenty years, we've been creating exciting and affordable third-party hardware and video game controllers for consumers to experience their favorite entertainment content," said Mike Steup, managing director for Sunflex. "Vyper, the world's first portable, three-in-one entertainment hub, represents our evolution as a company as much as it represents the innovation and convergence happening in the device industry; it is our new flagship."


    Snakebyte will be showing Vyper during CES in South Hall 2, booth 25906.


    Snakebyte Vyper features:


    Tablet: 7-inch HD-display quad-core 1.6 GHZ Android 4.2 tablet.


    Smart TV: TV dock turns any TV into a smart TV so everyone can access more content, apps and experiences on their current TV.


    Airmouse: the proprietary Vyper Airmouse remote, with built-in keyboard, was specifically designed to navigate media and apps through the smart TV interface and Google Play Store from the couch. Type, play, navigate and more.


    Game System: The Vyper wireless game controller is ideal for the thousands of game options in the Google Play Store including dedicated gaming experiences like racing games, action, and adventure games. The Vyper Airmouse will lets users sling, slice, and smash through the air on more casual games like Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja. And with two controllers, users have their choice for the best gaming experience.


    Pricing
    -- Gaming Edition $249.99 - 7" tablet, Airmouse remote, wireless game controller, TV docking station, HDMI cable
    -- Media Edition $199.99 - 7" tablet, Airmouse remote, TV docking station, HDMI cable


    About Sunflex
    Sunflex LLC is a worldwide leader in distribution of video gaming accessories and peripherals, including exclusive distribution for the well-known Snakebyte™ brand. Sunflex prides itself on representing the best quality products. Sunflex and Snakebyte brands have garnered many awards and consistently excellent reviews for genius in product lines, making the company one of the most respected international distribution brands. Vyper was conceived and produced directly by Sunflex.


    SOURCE Sunflex LLC
     
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    I disagree... THAT is exactly the GTV as we've known it :) (or should I say :( ).... ie. no NDK support, and no access to 90(?)% of the apps in the play store. Which is why I want the JB update with NDK support so badly.
     
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    I believe the Netgear device will allow TV providers to control which apps they want to make available. IMO it will be a tightly controlled user-experience - companies such as Comcast don't want to allow full access to the Play-Store. It seems to me the Netgear product is a long-shot to succeed - there was no mention that any TV provider has signed on for the product yet.
     
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    RCA will launch budget Android Ultra HD TVs, Roku Ready 1080p versions and even curved LCDs (click for full article)

    by Richard Lawler - Jan. 7, 2014

    -- As predicted, CES 2014 is featuring a flood of Ultra HD televisions, and they're not all from the big names. RCA is at Digital Experience showing off a 65-inch version of its new series with 3,840 x 2,160 res screens. Manufactured by On Corporation, they're also smart TVs, including the Android TV platform (formerly known as Google TV), complete with Search, Chrome and the PrimeTime guide, plus Miracast for screen mirroring.

    The LED-lit TVs will ship in 55-, 65- and 84-inch variants later this year and while they don't have pricetags yet, we're expecting these to come in at a lower price, similar to previous TVs from the brand. Not ready to make the 4K jump? RCA will also have Roku Ready TVs that ship with the Streaming Stick packed-in available in a multitude of sizes, Android-packing 1080p TVs, and even promises two curved LCDs in 46- and 55-inch sizes.
     
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    This is another android device to be marketed to TV providers. IMO it will be primarily marketed outside the USA:

    Entropic, TVSTORM Develop Android-Based IP Set-Top Box With Miracast Functionality - MarketWatch (click for full news release)


    Entropic, TVSTORM Develop Android-Based IP Set-Top Box With Miracast Functionality

    At the Forefront of Open Standards Set-Top Box Development, TVSTORM's New IP-STB Offers Rich Functionality, Screencasting, to Drive Consumer Demand

    LAS VEGAS, Jan 07, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) -- (International Consumer Electronics Show) - Entropic ENTR +1.18% , a world leader in semiconductor solutions for the connected home, and TVSTORM, Inc., a leading company for developing and providing Middleware solutions and embedded software products for digital broadcast, today announced the availability of an Android-based IP set-top box (IP-STB) with advanced features including Miracast functionality. The new device will be demonstrated at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Entropic's Meeting Suite at The Wynn Las Vegas from January 7-10, 2014.


    Read more at: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/en...functionality-2014-01-07?reflink=MW_news_stmp
     
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    Android-based TV stick converts any TV into a family communications center (click for full news release)

    Yarkona, Israel - 7th January 2014: A unique Android-based TV stick aimed at enabling families to communicate, share content, interact and play via the TV - no matter where each individual may be located - is to be launched at CES, Las Vegas.


    The new HDMI TV stick - called Bob and developed by Meet-Bob Ltd. - is designed to provide families with intuitive and exciting interactive communication options. It easily turns any TV into a content and communications center, enabling family members to watch TV shows, movies or videos together; easily share favorite content and special moments with each other; keep-in-touch (using a web-cam) and play games with one another - even if they are on different sides of the world.


    The Bob stick can be easily carried anywhere, making any TV part of the family network.


    Content providers, brands, retailers or any companies interested in extending their reach to the family living room, are provided with a refreshing new family-oriented product offering unique marketing opportunities. The Bob stick enables the efficient delivery of content (live channels, VOD and games), the promotion of products and services and micro-targeted campaigns directly to the family's TV. Bob's social nature and its unique interactive capabilities, allow it to target families in an entirely new way, strengthening brand loyalty, increasing viewer engagement and opening new revenue opportunities.


    Read more at: http://www.realwire.com/releases/An...ts-any-TV-into-a-family-communications-center


     
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    Hisense announces VIDAA series Android powered Smart TV's | Android Central (click for full article)

    by Jared DiPane - Jan. 7, 2014

    -- In Las Vegas at CES Hisense announced their all new VIDAA series Smart TV's, which happen to be powered by Android. The VIDAA series will come in three different size LED models, a 50, 55, and 65 and will be bringing users an experience that simply does not exist in this category of products so far. Featuring multi-core processing and a very simple and elegant yet powerful user interface, Hisense was able to pack a ton of great features right inside your television.


    "Hisense has boldly re-invented the concept of Smart TV with the VIDAA series. By combining a sleek and elegant look with the most intuitive UI and innovative remote control, our television is no longer just Smart - it's simply brilliant," said Jonathan Frank, Vice President of Marketing, Hisense USA.


    With ease you will be able to jump between Video On Demand, Applications, Live TV and the Media Center, as well as utilize the built in Wifi to hop on Chrome and browse the web if you wanted. In addition the VIDAA series will support screen sharing so you can easily show pictures, videos or play music right from your mobile device to the television set.


    Hisense has stated that the VIDAA series will be available starting in March 2014, but unfortunately they have not given a starting price point at this time. The VIDAA televisions will be on display at CES so be sure to stay tuned to our live CES coverage to see if we can get a little eyes on time with one of these.


    Read more at: http://www.androidcentral.com/hisense-announces-vidaa-series-android-powered-smart-tv-s
     
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    In case some of you missed it - Hisense also announced some new Google TV products on December 5th:

    Hisense Press Releases <---(click for full press release)


    Hisense Launches H6 SMART TV for Android and Pulse PRO Set Top Box based on Google Services for Smart TVs

    Suwanee, GA - December 5, 2013 - Hisense today announced the launch of the new H6 SMART TV with the latest Google™ services for TV powered by Android™ 4.2.2. Along with a new EasyView natural user interface and incredibly simplified remote control air mouse, the new H6 SMART TV available in 40-inch, 50-inch, and 55-inch models is powered by Marvell's latest ARMADA 1500 Plus (88DE3108) HD Media processor.


    "Android delivers on the promise of Smart. Today, by seamlessly coupling Hisense's television expertise, Marvell's high performing and innovative ARMADA 1500 Plus platform and Android's connectivity and interactivity, Hisense is delivering on the promise of a truly smart TV - and making it accessible to broad markets here in North America and across the globe," said Jonathan Frank, Vice President of Marketing, Hisense USA.


    "We are proud to bring Google services for Smart TV to the market with the H6 and the Pulse PRO. Hisense provides a comfortable, lean-back experience, with an elegant, simple remote with MIC for voice control and functionality that is simply phenomenal. And if you're not quite ready to invest in a new TV, but would like the latest and greatest Android platform, get the Pulse PRO set-top box."


    Read more at: http://www.hisense-usa.com/pr/prFull.asp?prID=92
     
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    The odd thing about this box is that there are still no details about it even on the HiSense website, other than this PR release... it is not on their product page.

    wish it was... right now I'd be willing to gamble on almost any GTV box with JB (or better)... but not going to dish out on a full TV set.
     
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    CES 2014: AT&T launches U-verse API for Android | Rapid TV News (click for full article)

    by Michelle Clancy | 07-01-2014

    -- AT&T has launched open APIs for the Android platform, widening the devices that developers can write U-verse TV apps for.
    The APIs allow developers to use AT&T technology in their apps and work with experts at AT&T Labs and the AT&T Foundry.

    AT&T first launched its U-verse-enabled programme and APIs for other mobile platforms in late 2011. The programme has created more than 15 U-verse-enabled apps since then, allowing customers to use the apps on their smartphones and tablets to further engage with their TV. There are more than five million sessions of U-verse-enabled apps each month, the carrier said.

    "When U-verse customers use our interactive apps, they're more engaged and more satisfied with their experience," said GW Shaw, vice president of video and U-verse services for AT&T Home Solutions. "We look forward to working with more developers to bring fun and innovative apps to U-verse."


    Read more: CES 2014: AT&T launches U-verse API for Android | Rapid TV News http://www.rapidtvnews.com/index.ph...es-u-verse-api-for-android.html#ixzz2plweZsmq
     
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    Cult of Android MobileNew Snapdragon 802 CPU To Bring Ultra HD Video To TVs & Set-Top Boxes [CES 2014] | Cult of Android (click for full article)

    by Killian Bell - Jan. 6, 2014

    -- Qualcomm announced its latest Snapdragon processor at CES in Las Vegas today, but it isn't quite the company's answer to NVIDIA's new Tegra K1 chip. Instead, the Snapdragon 802 processor is aimed at televisions and set-top boxes rather that smartphones and tablets, and it's focused on powered Ultra HD 4K content.


    Not only will the Snapdragon 802 bring Ultra HD video content to Smart TVs and media players, but it'll also allow for some pretty incredible multitasking. For example, TVs powered by this chip will allow you to watch your favorite movie in full HD while you're surfing the web on the other half of the display.


    It also as the power to display four full HD videos at any one time. Of course, no one's going to watch four movies at once, but some of those videos can be streamed to other devices. So while your wife is watching her favorite movie on the TV in the living, the same TV could be streaming your favorite movie to your tablet.


    The Snapdragon 802 supports a custom Android framework based on the latest KitKat firmware, and it features a quad-core Krait CPU clocked at 1.8GHz, an Adreno 330 GPU, and support for Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound. It also offers dual-band Wi-Fi for wireless connectivity.


    You can expect to see the Snapdragon 802 making its way into new TVs, set-top boxes, and media players in late 2014.


    Read more at http://www.cultofandroid.com/49180/...s-set-top-boxes-ces-2014/#H4rjwwlcZXMIQ6oQ.99
     
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    OK, that chip sounds perfect, now is the time for the product I want. A 4K Blu-ray player with Google TV, Qualcomm Snapdragon 802, 2GB RAM, 8GB storage, 2 USB, and HDMI in/out running KitKat. I believe it would have to cost $400 -$500 but I would pay that, maybe more if necessary.
     
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    Well, this article did include extra information: the new "Pulse Pro" has 8G ROM, 1G RAM and 4G Flash.

    So, from the statements: the Pulse Pro is not only on the Jelly Bean 4.2.2 Android update and comes with all the current GoogleTV services like the "PrimeTime" app, but is on HTML5 (which is automatically on the Android 4.2.2 platform) AND has Flash capability. Do I have this right? How would this work within the UI scheme of things?

    It comes with ethernet connection capability. So that's good, too. My questions would be whether the box can be configured to the Logitech k700 keyboard. Apparently there's no digital optical audio port for sound bars without HDMI though. But that's no surprise as the current Hisense box doesn't have this feature, either (the Sony box does.)

    This box looks like deal a maker if Sony doesn't upgrade. I would just hope that Hisense improved their overall quality in engineering and customer service.

    I read the transcripts of the CNET reporters' comments of the Sony CES press conference, and Sony didn't mention anything even remotely related to GoogleTV/AndroidTV boxes.
     
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    Hisense is a major Chinese manufacturer of consumer electronics products. I don't know much about their ability to develop and maintain firmware for devices sold under their own name but I think that is the weak link. I don't know what company has been manufacturing the basic Google TV models, Hisense, Vizio, Asus, and Netgear but I suspect all are manufactured at the same facility. It might be Hisense or some other manufacturer, but the company putting the brand on the box needs to work with Google to get the firmware right regardless of the manufacturer. Sony's models could have been manufactured by the same company but Sony definitely has engineering expertise and wouldn't rely as much on the manufacturer's engineers. With the others, the manufacturer's engineering department is likely responsible for much more. I know there are a lot of engineers in China now but I doubt if there are enough, particularly for Android devices which have seen such huge growth the last couple of years.

    Will Hisense have a winner with the next box? I don't know but if it included 2GB RAM, I would probably buy it, as is with 1GB, probably not. I do trust Hisense as a quality manufacturer of budget consumer electronics products, probably one of the best.

     
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    Right now, this is the LEAST vapor-ware stand-alone GTV box with JB :) .... ie. you can't buy it, but it's at least *announced* which I believe is more than we can say for any other stand-alone GTV box with an OS more current than VAX/VMS :)
     

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