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Sony launches Internet TV powered by Google

Wednesday 13 October 2010 | 08:58 CET | News
Sony introduced Sony Internet TV, powered by Google TV, its first range of TVs and Blu-ray players powered by the Google TV software for access to web content. The Google TV devices are based on the Android platform, run the Google Chrome browser and include an Intel Atom processor to support searching for internet and TV content. The models also feature Dual View, allowing users to watch TV while using the internet, access to the Android Market for additional applications, and the ability to bookmark content online. Sony's streaming service Video On Demand powered by Qriocity as well as

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: Best Buy / Google / Intel / Netflix / Sony / YouTube
Countries: World
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Technology really stepped it up a notch in delivering the best in home entertainment with these new products combining internet and TV. While new models come out nowadays with built-in WiFi, most of these are still not. So the question still remains, how would you be able to hook these devices up with internet connection specially when your router and these devices aren't on the same room? The answer for that is simple. Do it wirelessly with Netgear Universal WiFi Internet Adapter. This WiFi adapter is compatible with most internet-ready devices such as TVs, Blu-ray players, gaming consoles, and more. You can also use it to connect notebooks, wireless printers, and other networked home theater devices. For more information about the Netgear Universal WiFi Internet Adapter, visit http://bit.ly/bByST7 and discover this wonderful device from Netgear. Enjoy!
Alter Seekers @ 19/11/2010 - 20:44


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