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Old May 24th, 2010, 11:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Google TV Guide? Info & Links Updated 4:54 PM CST May 24, 2010

Official Google Blog: Announcing Google TV: TV meets web. Web meets TV.

Google TV

FAQ Page

Sony's Info Page

Logitech's Info Page

Intel's Info Page

YouTube - GoogleDevelopers's Channel (More videos on right)

Rob's opinion piece - Why Google TV is this holiday season's must-have

google tv - Google Search

Couple quick notes:
- Bridges web and tv
- Google search for content, tv, web, apps, bookmarks...
- Translate closed captioning
- Integrates with DVR
- Youtube Leanback - optimized youtube for living room viewing
- Can install Android Apps
- Android phones (multiple) can control (Imagine what that will do for games)
- OS to Android and Chrome source trees
- By fall of 2010, Sony TVs/BRs with capability built in will be available.
- By fall of 2010, a logitech box will be available for your existing HDTV.
- DishNetwork plans to put limited capabilities in their boxes.
- Best Buy will be a heavy supporter/advertiser.
- Powered by Intel
- Flash 10.1
- Should be able to browse Market on your browser from computer (or TV!) and one click install apps to your phone, Chrome browser, and/or TV.

Gotta see it to really feel it, watch the videos!
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Old July 1st, 2010, 07:39 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Official Google Blog: Announcing Google TV: TV meets web. Web meets TV.

Google TV

FAQ Page

Sony's Info Page

Logitech's Info Page

Intel's Info Page

YouTube - GoogleDevelopers's Channel (More videos on right)

Rob's opinion piece - Why Google TV is this holiday season's must-have

google tv - Google Search

Couple quick notes:
- Bridges web and tv
- Google search for content, tv, web, apps, bookmarks...
- Translate closed captioning
- Integrates with DVR
- Youtube Leanback - optimized youtube for living room viewing
- Can install Android Apps
- Android phones (multiple) can control (Imagine what that will do for games)
- OS to Android and Chrome source trees
- By fall of 2010, Sony TVs/BRs with capability built in will be available.
- By fall of 2010, a logitech box will be available for your existing HDTV.
- DishNetwork plans to put limited capabilities in their boxes.
- Best Buy will be a heavy supporter/advertiser.
- Powered by Intel
- Flash 10.1
- Should be able to browse Market on your browser from computer (or TV!) and one click install apps to your phone, Chrome browser, and/or TV.

Gotta see it to really feel it, watch the videos!
I'm interested, but... I already have a PC I use for watching web content on my HDTV. And the last thing I need is another monthly payment.... I see little likelihood that I will be willing to add more equipment, or replace existing equipment, as well as subscribe to a service (unless it were DIRT cheap) unless the content is extensive. I mean, LIVE SPORTS... and all the top shows from all the networks. Every TV Solution out there from cable to Satellite, based on market limitations leaves large gaps in the items I can watch at the time they are aired. I'm tired of watching sports when I already know the winner, and sick of missing shows that are not included in web content from the networks who broadcast them.

Maybe I missed something in the details from the links you provided, did you hear any specifics on the content? I heard a vague but canvasing comment about "ANYTHING YOU WANT TO WATCH", but I'm skeptical.
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i got a smart tv player. i just did a factory reset. can some tell me how to get back all the settings and to get back the file explorer so that i can use my flashdrive.
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i got a smart tv player. i just did a factory reset. can some tell me how to get back all the settings and to get back the file explorer so that i can use my flashdrive.
you can reset the box and see if it can works
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