Sony to unveil first integrated Google TV device October 12
Tis the season for all the cool stuff to start hitting shelves — one of the big ticket items this year is Google TV. Sony has been working with Google to get their Google TV technology baked directly into new flat panel televisions, and they are about to be unveiled.Sony will be holding a [...]
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First Angstro, now SocialDeck: Clues to Google’s social media strategy?
Google has the cash to buy lots of great companies. But can they create a cohesive social network out of the technology they’re buying?