Engadget: Google TV: Who is the competition and what are they saying about it?

The Google TV has landed and is already sending ripples through the marketplace, but what about all the companies already blending internet and TV? Whether they are already planning to work with the new initiative (Rovi), even more firmly staking a claim on their existing technology and vision for the connected TV (Microsoft, Yahoo), sounding like it's an option for the future (Samsung, VIZIO, Boxee) or already working on their own Android on TV projects (People of Lava, MIPS) each one should tell a little bit about where this market is headed in the coming months and years. Read on for their statements -- and a quick breakdown of what each is bringing to the table in case you weren't already running a network cable to your HDTV years ago.

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TCL Announces New 6-Series and 5 Series TVs

TCL has announced a new lineup for its latest 6-Series and 5 Series TVs which will be powered by Google TV instead of Roku.

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Apple TV+ is now on Chromecast with Google TV

The Apple TV app, including Apple TV+, is now globally available on the new Chromecast with Google TV.

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Google Announces Pixel 5, Pixel 4a 5G, Nest Audio and new Chromecast with Google TV

Google has finally made the Pixel 5, Pixel 4a 5G, Nest Audio and Chromecast with Google TV official during tonight's 'Launch Night In' event.

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PrimeVinister1328d ago

Looking forward to getting my hands on it

markkavanagh1328d ago

Which thing Vinnie, or did you mean all of it?

PrimeVinister1328d ago

Hahahaha Pixel 5. Didn't read past that 😂

markkavanagh1328d ago

Beautiful looking phones at great prices, slick presentation with Mark Ronson. can't wait to test the speaker but not convinced by the Chromecast's Google TV pitch. like we don't need another user interface and certainly don't need another remote