The Lenovo K91 Smart TV is set to be the first telly to run the latest version of Google's smart phone operating system.
The 55-inch 3D LED will run Google's Android 4.0 and feature a Webcam and voice controls. And at first, it'll be available only in China.
We take a look at some of the best TVs coming out of CES in Las Vegas, including the stunning 55-inch LG OLED TV that's a mind-bending 4mm thick.
In this video from CES we take a look at Sony's quirky new remote for its Google TV devices.
Mobile-networking company Qualcomm introduces its Skifta Media Shifting Platform for creating a wireless music network at home, part of a strategy of supplying gear for connected home entertainment systems.
Acer announces new ultrabooks, a cloud, and little else, while OnStar gives third-party developers the green light. Meanwhile, Lenovo unveils what may be the first Ice Cream Sandwich TV.
Samsung's inTouch system turns your standard TV into a smart TV by adding Android functionality in the form of Skype calling, YouTube streaming and web browsing.
Internet TVs are all the rage these days and that rage is set to continue well into 2012 thanks, in part, to Canonical's Ubuntu TV offerings.
Televisions powered by software services, augmented-reality apps, a QWERTY killer, and one program that's presiding over the unholy matrimony of Android and Windows 8 are the big hits of CES 2012.