I took delivery of my new SmartStick, from American company FAVI Entertainment, just a few days ago and to be honest I was expecting to see yet another run-of-the-mill Android mini computer that... plugs into the HDMI port on your TV… I couldn’t have been more wrong! On the outside the FAVI SmartStick looks a lot like other Android mini computers, an over-sized flash drive but with...
The Samsung Galaxy S4 comes with a built-in IR blaster that turns it into a smart TV remote control through special software called WatchOn.
It looks as if WD is broadening its product range to include Android TV and Google TV based solutions. According to a new job advert, WD are looking for a lead software architect for work connected with the “design and deployment for Android based IP set top boxes.”
In depth review of an Android media box called the “EZTV”, it is described as a media player with Wi-Fi. On the actual box it is called “Enjoy TV” with the slogan, “Make your TV smart and get connected.” What is different about this particular Android TV device is that you can add a hard drive and that makes all the difference!
Android dominates the smartphone market but there’s only so much of the market left for it to capture. To keep Android relevant OEMs must look at new uses.
The Android mini PC market has exploded over the past few months, so we take a look at some of the latest and greatest USB sized dongles and wireless TV Boxes that bring the Android experience to your big screen TV.
CES 2013 might have officially ended about four days ago, but we’re not quite ready to wrap up our coverage from the Las Vegas ground.
They might have not been the absolute stars of the show at CES 2013, but the new line-up of Google TV powered products did turn some heads, so it would have been a terrible shame for us to totally ignore them.
Android 4.2 has been announced for quite a while now, but it’s yet to be available, at least officially, on the smartphones and tablets that are already running Android 4.1.x.
LG, instead of waiting for CES to start, has today unveiled their new “Smart TV” family. Do they really do anything smart though?