After the primary launch of Sony and Logitech Revue&#a hundred and sixty;Google TV, Google wished to take a step again by using canceling the discharge of a couple of developed by using Google TV producers like Samsung and LG.&#a hundred and sixty;It sounds as if issues are progressing …
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Since the recent Google I/O, it would have been distributed to as many as 50 developers. Logitech Revue2.0 Journal-based Android 3.1, codenamed "Fishtank." The goal is to optimize the applications, functions, and simplified configuration to avoid errors on the first launch, and to propose several new applications. Remember that the first were talking about slow browsing, functions and parameters are too complex to services not yet fully developed and lack of interest, a block of several TV channels and a severe lack of interesting applications. Clearly, the first Google TV contributed nothing more than the Smart TV much easier to use.
With Google TV and Logitech Revue running Android 3.1 (aka Honeycomb), things could change for many developers. The goal is obviously to develop a wide range of applications for an experience and interesting. Logitech Revue 2.0 also offers a more complete connection with bin dual output HDMI and more.
Google has not abandoned his project of Google TV, far away, and could return in force with lots of surprises at the end of the year 2012 (for launch at CES 2012?) … Stay tuned!
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