Only one comment: DUH. Look at my other post about Google TV.
(Reproduced from Apple.com http://www.apple.com/pr/library/2010/12/21appletv.html)
Only one comment: DUH. Look at my other post about Apple TV.
(Reproduced from VentureBeat.com 12.20.10)
By Dean Takahashi.
Google wants to refine the software since the first offerings got weak reviews (including a lukewarm write-up from VentureBeat’s Devindra Hardawar). The delay doesn’t bode well for Google’s foray into consumer electronics, where it will face entrenched rivals such as the traditional cable companies as well as devices such as Apple TV and Microsoft’s Xbox 360 game console.
I think it's a great article on Comcast's truly integrating it's triple play experience. Their new set-top boxes (San Francisco Bay Area systems) are soooo small they almost look cool next to my Apple TV 2.
(Reproduced from the Wall Street Journal 12.14.10)
Comcast Tests Combo Internet-Cable Device
By JESSICA E. VASCELLARO And SAM SCHECHNER
Comcast Corp. is testing a new service that knits together television and the Internet, as the U.S. cable giant goes after rivals that threaten to undermine its business.
Under the new system, which is being tested in Augusta, Ga., content flows through a set-top box that combines features of the Web with those of a digital-video recorder, according to people familiar with the matter.
Panasonic and Samsung are pushing 3D and internet on TV and the current consumer experience is like PC on TV ? Thanks Boxee, but no thanks !
(Article reproduced from the Hollywood Reporter 11.22.10)
9:17 PM 11/22/2010 by Carolyn Giardina
Service will be available starting Nov. 24.
Panasonic's newest line of Viera Cast-enabled Blu-ray Disc players is adding streaming access to VUDU as their newest capability. The service will be available beginning Nov. 24.
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