Google TV: Google TV Announced at I/O Conference

Earlier few months ago we heard that Google is busy working on a TV platform powered by Android known as Google TV. After so many spectaculations and putting full stop on all rumours today Google's Salahuddin Choudhary (Google TV Product Manager) announced the official launch of Google TV at I/O conference. Google TV was demonstrated live today in front of many audience.

What Google TV is TV meets Web. Web meets TV -Google TV is a new experience made for television that combines the TV you know and love with the freedom and power of the Internet.

With Google Chrome built in, you can access all of your favorite websites and easily move between television and the web. This opens up your TV from a few hundred channels to millions of channels of entertainment across TV and the web. Your television is also no longer confined to showing just video. With the entire Internet in your living room, your TV becomes more than a TV — it can be a photo slideshow viewer, a gaming console, a music player and much more.

Google is working together with Sony and Logitech to put Google TV inside of televisions, Blu-ray players and companion boxes. These devices will go on sale this fall, and will be available at Best Buy stores nationwide.

Watch an Google TV overview video

More updates at Official Google Blog: Announcing Google TV: TV meets web. Web meets TV.

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moefuzz said...

There already is internet thru TV providers out there including the highest rated and most versatile, GoTVco.

If you want to save money and tell cable companies like comcast to kiss your hat, you already have a choice and the choice is not the poorly supported and restrictive design that is and will be Google TV.

The thing I like about GoTVco is that unlike the upcoming Google TV, you aren't spammed or targeted with intrusive advertising which is what Google tv is aiming at doing.

For Google, it's all about feeding you more advertising thru their rather restrictive Google TV interface.

For GoTVco, it's all about giving you internet and regular broadcast/cable TV without any extra intrusive advertising.

Oh, and GoTVco is currently on the verge of introducing the Go V Phone which will allow you to video chat with others either with your Go V Phone or thru your TV set at home.

The cost of all this technology is far cheaper than cable TV and/or local and long distance Telephone.

So you will save $$ on your cable bill as well as save money on long distance all the while being able to surf the internet and regular TV channels via your TV screen.

For people that are not computer literate, you will not need a computer to access an email account.

Thru the GoTVco set top box you can send and receive emails from any pre-existing email account, you can set up and view Twitter and Facebook accounts as well as watch youtube videos as well as watch all the regular network TV channels while receiving telephone calls from and phone number anywhere in the world.

The alternate to Cable, Internet and Telephone is all in one set top box from GoTVco.

Oh, and if you are a stock market investor you can access that information thru the set top box and/or you could invest in the company itself as GoTVco is listed on the stock market under the Ticker ATNP.

With GoTVco already signing up subscribers, buying shares in ATNP could be a great financial stepping stone for market investors.

I am both a subscriber and an investor in ATNP / GoTVco.
I am not associated with the company other than being a subscriber and an investor in the company.

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