Google partners Intel, Sony on Android set-top box - report

Thursday 18 March 2010 | 09:42 CET | News
Google and Intel are said to have partnered Sony to develop a platform called Google TV which aims to connect TVs to the web using a new generation of TVs and Android-based set-top boxes, the New York Times reports. As part of the project, Sony would produce the first hardware, Intel would supply Atom chips and help make the software, and Logitech is said to create a remote with a keyboard. Google intends to open its TV platform, which is based on its Android operating system for smartphones, to software developers. Google is expected to deliver a toolkit to outside programmers within the

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: Google / Intel / Logitech / Sony
Countries: World
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