Following in the footsteps of ABC, CBS and NBC, Fox has become the fourth major US network to block its programming from access through Google TV.
DISH Network has announced that its Google TV solution is now available to customers for $179 (€130). The service combines search capabilities and the variety of content on the Web with DISH Network’s onscreen programming data, PVR and VOD content.
The three major US networks, ABC, CBS and NBC, are blocking their programmes from access by Google TV, writes The Wall Street Journal. Full-length episodes of shows like NBC’s The Office, CBS’s CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and ABC’s Modern Family can’t be viewed on the connected TV service.
SCREEN DIGEST FUTURE OF MEDIA DISTRIBUTION – LONDON. YouView CTO Anthony Rose has been giving details of future products to support the hybrid broadcast platform.
Sony has launched a dedicated website for developers of apps for its Google Android TV sets. At the moment, the site only offers the opportunity to register as a developer.
“The world’s first Google TV sets” will become available on October 16 from the Sony Style shop and at Best Buy shortly after. At a press conference in New York, manufacturer Sony announced details of its first Google TV sets and Blu-ray player.
Logitech has unveiled Logitech Revue with Google TV, a compact set-top box with its Logitech Keyboard Controller. The company’s portfolio of products for Google TV also includes the Logitech TV Cam and Vid HD service for HD video calling. In addition, Logitech is offering the Logitech Mini Controller for Logitech Revue, as well as other […]
WATCH VIDEO. Google TV has announced its first content deals with a number of partners including Turner Broadcasting, NBC Universal and the NBA. There will also be premium paid content available from HBO, Netflix and Amazon. The company has in addition launched a dedicated Google TV website. The agreement with Turner Broadcasting includes TBS, TNT, […]
IFA 2010 – BERLIN. WATCH VIDEO. Google TV will be introduced in the US before the end of the year, but the service will not hit Europe until 2011, we learned during the closing session of this year’s IFA.
IFA 2010 – BERLIN. Sony said it will launch its first Google TV before the end of the year as the exclusive launch partner for the project. On the IFA showfloor, the company was showing an early version of a TV set running on the Android operating system.