Google TV has been dead in the water for a while now, but rumour has it that a flashy new successor, Android TV, is on the way. There are rumours, and also it was hiding in plain sight at CES three months ago.
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The Verge just revealed that Google may venture into set-top TV devices with the as-yet-unannounced Android TV. Quoting internal documents, the report indicates Google is planning a device like Roku or the new Amazon Fire TV to put Android in your living room.
While Google's Chromecast might seem poised become the quintessential universal streaming device, it's taking a hell of a long time to get there. So, in the meantime, Netgear's new NeoMediacast dongle is picking up where Chromecast left off by offering streaming content with Micro SD storage capabilities — assuming you're an Android user, that is.
The ASUS Cube (or "Qube" as it was once known) has rolled out in the States, but nary a word has been spoken by the company about a local release... until now.
Last November, Google announced a nifty little feature that lets you browse for YouTube videos on your Android device and then sling and control them to your Google TV. Pretty cool if you have a Google TV that hasn't kicked the bucket already.
Google TV is a tough product to come by in Australia. We stood on our tiptoes looking over the proverbial gadget fence at our US counterparts wondering when we'd get a turn. Now though, after much bundling and exclusive product periods, the Google TV from Sony is now available to purchase in Australia. How much is it and where can you get it?
Why hello there, Google TV. We've been wondering when you'd show up on our sunburnt shores. Sony has announced that it will now be bundling the web giant's TV box in with some of its TVs from this week.