1. Google, Sony, and Intel’s Smart TV, Patent Application Images | MobileBlab Monday, May 17, 2010

    [...] have not been much talk about the new Sony Smart TV, but here is something NewTeevee found while searching the Google Patent data base. The new Television that is said to be Android [...]

  2. I think tv gets overlooked by ubergeeks and commentators alike. the fact remains that it is simply the most popular media-consumption platform out there (1.5billion tvs worldwide) and enabled by Google and others, apps and web-based media will seep in to everyone’s tv screen – without a PC/laptop attached to it… mashups aside, simply putting much of YouTube’s HD content on to the tv will be a big step…

  3. R_macdonald Monday, May 17, 2010

    I think the announcement at the I/O conference of the Sony – Intel – Google/Android collaboration will be seen as a monumental inflection point in the early realization of “TV convergence.” The partnership is likely to inspire substantive innovations in delivering highly personalized video context-related information and activation opportunities by employing dynamic Linked Data interpolations of TV/Film metadata. The most powerful and underutilized metadata are closed captioning. Semantic engines in set-top boxes could parse the captioning and, with viewer-specific curatorial preferences, query online datasets to enrich, inform and empower viewers.

  4. Where to Watch Google I/O Online Tuesday, May 18, 2010

    [...] Bets on Video for GoFlex Storage See All Articles » Is This the Sony [...]

  5. Google TV – Does Sony sit on a killer app for the tv? « Adventure's in media… Tuesday, May 18, 2010

    [...] can read the views from NewTeeVee here Sony Smart TV? Categories: Broadcast, ConnectedTV, Devices, On Demand, SocialTV, Uncategorized Tags: [...]

  6. Social television by Android? | DroidDog Android Blog Wednesday, May 19, 2010

    [...] we’ve imagined in a set top box before. But there is another possibility. As NewTeeVee discovered, Sony filed for a patent in December on a “network media player with user-generated playback [...]

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