“Google has removed the mystery from who its Google TV partners will be at CES with a full listing ahead of the show,” Electronista reports. “Some using chips from Marvell and MediaTek, TVs from LG, Samsung, Sony, and Vizio will all run the Android-based TV OS.”
Electronista reports, “Google TV in its first year has been broadly considered a failure. The decision to use Intel chips raised prices, and the lack of third-party apps often meant an Apple TV not only had more features but was more useful in practice.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Each one will come with a remote control that makes a Space Shuttle cockpit look button-free.
Thanks, but, we’ll pass with aplomb.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]
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