Google TV has been revamped with a new user interface, a bunch of new apps and access to the Android Market. Google TV Product Lead Rishi Chandra gave us a tour of the new version in this episode of Cord Cutters:
|Previously on Cord Cutters:|
|A first look at the WD TV with Spotify|
|Multiple queues for your Netflix account|
|A first look at the Roku 2|
|Sync mobile media with Miro 4|
|Supercharging your Boxee browser|
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Show notes for this episode:
- Google TV updates will start rolling out for Sony’s Google TV devices Sunday evening and should be available to all Sony Google TV owners by mid-week, according to Google. Updates for the Logitech Revue will follow soon after.
- Logitech’s Revue currently only costs $99, which is a pretty good price.
- Google TV is optimized to work with pay TV subscriptions, and Google execs have said in the past that the device isn’t made to cut the cord.
- Check out our original Google TV review here.