Galaxy Z Flip 4 Preorder Quest 2: Still the Best Student Internet Discounts Best 55-Inch TV Galaxy Z Fold 4 Preorder Nintendo Switch OLED Review Foldable iPhone? 41% Off 43-Inch Amazon Fire TV
Want CNET to notify you of price drops and the latest stories?
No, thank you
Accept

Google TV may be headed to the U.K.

Google's Eric Schmidt will speak tonight at the Edinburgh International Television Festival, where he is expected to outline the plans for a launch within six months.

Google could be bringing Google TV to the U.K. within the next six months, The Telegraph reported today.

Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt is expected to outline the plans tonight at the Edinburgh International Television Festival.

Google TV, which lets you run Android apps on your TV, is built on Google's Android operating system and will basically put the Chrome Web browser inside your TV. It lets you search the Web and stream video from TV providers, or watch your own videos. The service runs through a set-top box, but in the U.S. Sony sells TVs with Google TV built-in.

Read more of "Google TV headed to the UK" at Crave UK.