Sony unveiled the Google TV NSZ-GS8, a revamped version of last year’s GS7 that brings voice search as the main new feature. Check out the rest of the details after the jump.
If you still have your trusty Sony NSZ-GS7 set-top box, you’ll be happy to hear that an update that will bring the latest Google TV software to the device is currently being rolled out by Sony.
Euronews has apparently announced a partnership with Google TV, which would make its programming available on the smart TV platform. Nothing special in itself, but the press release talks about a worldwide launch of the Google TV, that would make it available in 80 countries.
The Vizio Co-Star Google TV set top box is now available for pre-order for the low price of $99, and it will start shipping on August 14th. The Vizio Co-Star includes two HDMI ports, one USB port, and one Ethernet jack. On the software side, you’ll of course get everything that Google TV has to offer, including Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, Youtube, and, perhaps the most interesting feature for some users, OnLive gaming support. I think the Vizio Co-Star will achieve at least reasonable success in the market, and will probably be the most successful Google TV yet. Why? Because…