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Google TV’s Website is Up and Ready to Show You What’s in Store

In September I posted about Google TV launching in the fall. With this new feature, televisions will be outfitted with the ability to surf the web as usual, but also search and record programs, browse an app gallery right on a TV screen, the ability to view TV and the web simultaneously, and use a smartphone as the remote control. The official site has launched and it showcases some really awesome pictures of how the platform will appear and gives potential consumers a glimpse of what they should expect.

A letter from Google is posted on the site and conveys an air of excitement about the soon-to-come new product. “The coolest thing about Google TV is that we don’t even know what the coolest thing about it will be.”

I agree.

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Loren Baker is the Founder of SEJ, an Advisor at Alpha Brand Media and runs Foundation Digital, a digital marketing strategy & development agency.
Screen Shot 2014 04 15 at 7.21.12 AM Google TVs Website is Up and Ready to Show You Whats in Store

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3 thoughts on “Google TV’s Website is Up and Ready to Show You What’s in Store

  1. I like the whole concept of Google Tv but not sure if it's gng to move one step ahead of Apple TV.
    I know they have an advantage of Google voice but again apple launched the Facetime which is also equally good..
    It's gng to be fun seeing battle between these two….
    Meanwhile Google Tv website loads real quick… That's one of their superb work…

  2. Google I believe takes a right approach in introducing to us Google TV. This is where the future lies for posterity ahead of us. Google knows its survival would be questionable after a decade purely on the ground of SEARCH. Its good that Google understands and takes new initiatives even in social media though it has failed so far. However, the new initiative taken by Google with regard to its products is worth praise.