We've orgasmatron'd ourselves into a stupor over Chromecast, but we still have four TiVo boxes lying around the house, one is out of use, and one is even a TiVo Premier HD, or some such crap.
After languishing on an ancient customized version of Android for quite some time, Google TV is finally set to get a long-awaited upgrade with a new version of the operating system.
A number of industry heavyweights, including Microsoft, Google, and even Apple are seeking to revolutionize the current TV watching experience. Clearly, there is a quite a lot of room for improvement.
The first Google TV set-top box to hit the market was the Logitech Revue way back when.
Rumors about the enigmatic Asus Qube have been swirling around for weeks now, with the device finally making its first appearance at CES 2013 in Las Vegas.
LG is gearing up for CES 2013 with a number of new products, including a lineup of smart televisions powered by Google's TV platform.
Mountain View first introduced its Google TV platform in October of 2010.
Google has reportedly received multiple offers for its Motorola set-top box division.
It's not atypical for the first glimpse of an upcoming device to be spotted making its way through the FCC's rigorous approval process.
Google-powered LG TVs first in line for update.
YouTube update turns Android tablets and smartphones into Google TV remotes.
Mountain View is currently rolling out its full Play platform to Google TV devices.
There is still hope for the future of Google TV.
Don't expect to see Onlive connectivity in any Sony-made Google TV device.
Sony's electronics division seems to be willing to cozy up with a rival to its gaming division.
There is one Google platform that is notably absent at this week's annual Google extravaganza.
If you're in the market for a new set-top box that supports Google's TV operating system, you might be interested in Sony's new platform currently up for pre-order in both the United States and UK.
Sony is looking to get back into the Google TV market.
A new device powered by Google TV will allow users to stream video content from smartphones to their TV.
Cloud gaming service Onlive will be integrated into a new line of LG television sets.