The Web giant is holding a Google+ Hangout forum to chat with users about what they like to do on their Google TV.
updated Don't hold your breath for the company's rumored home entertainment device; the "big" news is an updated Google TV YouTube app.
If you own a Google TV box, you can bag films, tunes and telly from 13 November. Er... does anybody own a Google TV?
Owners of Google TV devices in the U.K., Germany and France will soon be able to download content from Google Play. Still no love for Nexus users, though.
Join us as we foretell the future of Android. We discuss what will happen with GoogleTV, Android Market share in 2011, an Android Robot and of course an Android toaster. All that and more on this week's 2011 prediction episode of Android Atlas Weekly.
Always On launches Tuesday, and every new episode will feature a live chat party with Molly Wood and whoever else shows up. Join us for the first one this week, and every week thereafter!
Apple is heavily rumored to be working on an HDTV with TV subscriptions, Facebook Deals is dead, and Samsung postpones releasing the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia due to patent litigation.
Despite lackluster fanfare, the software developers at Sony seemingly remain committed to adding value to the company's existing Google TV devices.
Slingbox has developed a site designed for Google TV that allows users to access their DVRs and watch content over the Web. According to a report, the app comes with the same interface as the Android version of Sling's program.
Logitech reports a disappointing quarter and names an interim CEO. The company's Google TV experiment is one of the reasons why.