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Sony's Google TV product slated for October 12 NYC unveiling

Get ready for more details on Google TV.

Sony has just dispatched an invitation for a New York City media event slated for October 12 that promises the introduction of "the world's first Internet Television." Sony's "Internet Television" is one of the first home video products that will include built-in support for Google TV, the new Web video service from the search giant that promises to integrate Google search and any Web-based Flash video directly into the TV.

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BmR: ASUS CUBE Google TV Media Streamer Review

BenchmarkReviews.com: Television and streaming multimedia content are staples to modern personal entertainment, allowing online providers such as Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, HBO GO, and YouTube to compete with premium cable and network programming. It's become clear that digital music, photos, and movies have practically replaced their physical counterparts. Likewise, the growing number of people who enjoy streaming and downloaded multimedia content could soon outnumber those tuning in to television broadcasts or renting movies on disc. The industry knows this to be true, which is why ASUSTeK Computer Inc. has introduced the ASUS CUBE Media Streamer with Google TV and given users 50GB of ASUS WebStorage space. In this article, Benchmark Reviews explores the ASUS CUBE and demonstrates how well this second-generation Google TV 'buddy box' fits into the modern home theater landscape.

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Pocket-Lint: Sony Internet Player with Google TV pictures and hands-on

Pocket-Lint: Google TV has a new look, new hardware and is heading to the UK. Set to launch on 16 July on British soil, the Sony Internet Player with Google TV brings with it a newly updated version of the service as well as more powerful hardware.

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Google TV Coming to Europe in 2012

The company Google launched its television service in Europe next year, said CEO Eric Schmidt last week, despite the initial problems that had led some analysts to question how committed the company to keep this project .

Google TV, which allows viewers to mix web content and TV on one screen via a browser, was launched in the United States in October but received mixed reviews and was quickly blocked by three of the major television the country.

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lalalala4614d ago

Is this even any good? I doubt it will replace any terrestrial TV service