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Google TV adds more partners, channels

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 04 Oct 2010 23:32 User comments (2)

Google TV adds more partners, channels Google has announced more partnerships today for its Google TV platform alongside a new website,
Logitech and Sony are releasing the first Google TV hardware products, a set-top box, an HDTV and a Blu-ray player, later this month.

Google TV will launch with channels from Netflix, Pandora, Amazon, YouTube, Turner Broadcasting, CNBC, the NBA, USA TODAY and the New York Times.

Logitech will show off their "Revue" set-top on Wednesday.

So far there is no word on pricing, but many analysts expect the set-top to retail for $200 and the Blu-ray player to retail for $300.

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2 user comments

15.10.2010 1:07

Google TV, Just another corner of the market for them. But who watches tv really apart from stupid people, that dust box the corner is not getting any cleaner and i mite hock a set top box up to my monitor for 1 show a week if that.

25.10.2010 11:33

I wonder if the major networks (ABC, CBS, NBC) will boycott this? From what I read they seem not to be interested, and perhaps at their own peril. People are sick of cable, satellite providers jacking up their prices. If they sign on, I'll dump my satellite service, but will wait and see.

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