Youtube app support is coming to an end this month for Google TVs running version 1 or 2, and older Smart TVs manufactured before 2013.
Google’s Android TV powered Nexus Player, and the matching game controller, will soon go on sale through online retailers and land on store shelves near you.
It is official, Android TV is picking up steam but Google TV is now retired. What should you do with your Google TV device? Read on to find out.
Remember that rumored Nexus TV we heard about last year? It might have already been launched, under a different name and for different purposes.
Android TV has been rumored to be coming since last year and now it appears as though we have a very good and detailed leak. So say hello to Android TV!
Philips has announced a new line-up of Android powered televisions which will be released later this year. They’re based on the same Android 4.2.2 operating system which powers a range of smartphones and tablets.
The next version of Android may be more suitable for running on large screen devices. Industry sources have told a Korean publication that Google has worked to improve the user experience of Android on TVs, the interface between smart TVs and mobile devices, as well as the “app development environment for TV.”
This week, the first curved phone landed, two new Chromebooks launched, we feasted on Kit Kat leaks, we finally saw a Mini flagship phone, we learned about Android TV, and we heard some more rumors about the Galaxy S5.
A new report says that Google will rebrand Google TV in the near future, with Android TV being rumored as the next name of Google’s TV project.
Dubbed the BRAVIA Smart Stick, Sony’s new streaming dongle is set to work with Sony smart TV sets, and couple Google TV functionality with Sony’s own smart TV features.