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Google is working on a set-top box called Nexus TV, according to a report. And it could be with us early next year.
The search giant plans to go head-to-head with Apple, Roku, and Amazon with set-top boxes that can stream media and play games, sources tell CNET.
E-tail giant's much-rumored device has been delayed, sources tell The Verge, possibly until after the holiday-shopping season.
The company gives media app developers and cable TV providers a mid-October deadline to submit apps for its set-top box, reports The Wall Street Journal.
Roku is No. 1 for set-top-box purchases and usage, and the gulf between it and No. 2 Apple is widening, a study says -- but opportunity may rouse the sleeping giant.
The purported Amazon game controller looks awfully bulky and includes the familiar "A," "B," "X," and "Y" action buttons.
With rumors hinting at an upcoming streaming device to incorporate more gaming, the Web giant buys the Atlas controller and Arena app-maker.
The online retailer is reportedly cooking up an Apple TV rival for the spring.
Bloomberg reports the company will introduce a device this fall that's dedicated to streaming Internet-based video to TVs.
It's not the long-anticipated, full-fledged TV set, but the new box could include a version of an App Store or Game Center, according to 9to5Mac.