Even though Google TV wasn't exactly a resounding success, Motorola wants to get into the same market.
LG has been in the Smart TV business for a while now and the company is set to launch its latest generation of Google TV sets later this month.
LG plans to remind the world that Google TV still actually exists.
A few months ago Intel and Mountain View laid a huge egg when they, along with Sony and Logitech, tried to market Google's TV platform.
The latest numbers show just how unsuccessful Google has been at reaching the coveted living room market.
Google teased a "big announcement" for its television-based operating system yesterday, but it turns out it's just a Youtube app update.
While there were several Google TV products at CES last week, we're still not convinced it is the next big thing.
In addition to touting major hardware support at CES, Google TV is also getting new content partners.
After being yanked from last year's show at the last minute, Google TV may be one of the big stories to come out of CES in 2012.
Google has officially ditched Intel's x86 architecture for its rapidly evolving TV platform.
Let's file this one under too little, too late.
Rumors are that LG will be the next company to offer a TV with Google's television operating system, and the first new product for the OS to be unveiled in more than a year.
Despite offering the most affordable way for consumers to get Google TV, the Logitech Revue set-top box will go down as a thing of the past.
The Google TV platform, which by all measures has been quite a flop up to this point, is ready for its first significant upgrade.
Google's recent acquisition of Motorola Mobility could potentially allow Mountain View to significantly expand its fading presence in the competitive set-top box market.
Hey, remember back when Google TV was introduced last year? It was supposed to change the way we interact with our TVs.
Google TV isn't dead yet. In fact, there's a big update on the way.
A major new feature is on the way to Google's TV operating system that will allow users and developers to have more access to content tailored specifically for the big screen platform.
W00t! A platform-specific version of the popular Android Market is expected to arrive on Google TV sometime in the very near future.
Now that Apple's TV set-top box is actually a hit, Microsoft wants to take it down. The competing software giant is reportedly working on its own device to bring Windows Media Center to the masses.