HBO Go hasn’t been working with Google TV for almost a month and now the official site is not displaying it as a featured app. Could it be that this situation is permanent?
Did you know Google TV can take advantage of all news sources? Aside from TV, it can use the internet, access the radio, bring the newspaper/magazine to your TV screen and more!
Google TV may be gaining competitors left and right, but some are also dying. MSN TV is the very first smart TV, as we know them. It had a long, joyful life, but it had trouble staying relevant, so Microsoft is killing it on September 30, 2013. MSN TV was …
Time Warner Cable may be trying to keep content offline, but they are also pushing to put their channels online. Could this be a bad contradiction or an evil plan?
In the midst of the smart TV wars, Samsung arises with a brand new acquisition – Boxee. The startup will help Samsung improve its smart TV software, but does this mean they will stay away from Google TV?
Recent rumors state that Google doesn’t play very nicely when smart TV manufacturers want to use the YouTube app. Could it be that the “don’t be evil” company is not behaving much?
Google is said to be working on the revival of the Nexus Q! Will it come with Google TV this time? We have reasons to believe it might.
Intel and Time Warner Cable are having in a huge war against each other, but that is not stopping Intel from pushing its upcoming services forward. Who will win?
The OUYA console has been released and it’s selling like hot pancakes on a Memorial Day weekend! Is it good enough to kill Google TV, though?