Even the smallest companies need to beware of 'pervasive and continuous' cybersabotage if they have any involvement with national security, McAfee Labs is warning.
Google really isn't happy with its TV operating system. In addition to telling companies not to mention their Google TV products at CES next month, now it looks like the search company is actively stopping production on a device that's already been released.
Yikes. It was supposed to be one of the biggest stories at next month's huge CES trade show, but now Google is telling anyone who had a Google TV product planned in their lineup to no longer show it off, as it goes back to the drawing board to improve the software.
Yes, we all know how fun and downright satisfying rooting a Google TV device would be. But how about getting paid a sweet $1,000 for the privilege?
January's 2011 CES show may very well be the moment when Google's TV operating system goes from neat concept to market-dominating super power, as more companies are expected to add to the repertoire of Google TV-enabled products, highlighting the important of Internet-powered TV sets moving forward.
There's a new app for Android that may not seem like a big deal but could be the launching pad for more interesting things to come that will link Google's mobile platform with its TV platform.
The SyFy Channel seems determined to snub geeks, nerds and technophiles by blocking access to its programming on Google TV-powered devices.
Google recently introduced its long-awaited, long speculated about TV. Unlike the little devices like the Orb, Roku, or AppleTV, GoogleTV returns to the set-top box model and it’s based on Chrome as an interface.
If you want to try out Google's brand new "TV operating system" before the end of the year, you're gonna have to buy a Sony Internet TV.
W00t! Get ready to place your pre-orders, because Logitech is offering a sleek Google TV set-top box dubbed the "Revue."
It appears as though Logitech will be the first to officially unveil new TV products showing off Google's new Internet TV platform, when hosts a new product event on October 6.
Sony's Chairman reveals why Google, Android, and the TV are kicking it old school.