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Sony's Google-powered TV

BERLIN--Sony plans to release a Google TV-powered television later this year, and it showed early versions off at the IFA electronics show here. Google TV builds the Android operating system into a TV, opening it up to applications available through the Android Market. In this case, it's showing a game.

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Space-age Sony Google TV demo

Sony opted for a futuristic look to tout its upcoming Google TV-powered models at the IFA electronics show. The systems are due to arrive later in 2010.

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Sony's Google-powered TV: Net connected

Network-aware applications can run on Sony's Google TV.

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Chrome running on Sony's Google-powered TV

Google's Chrome browser will be in Sony's Google-augmented TV. Here, the browser appears to be shown on the rear two screens. Sony has called the TVs "un-Sony-like."

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Sony's Google TV on display

Sony's Google TV at Sony's IFA demonstration.

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