Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSSony introduced a new generation of Google TV at CES 2012. Sony will bring out three products with the new GoogleTV. They include an integrated television (Series BX, EX and HX) – set top box, a Blu-Ray with GoogleTV support ( NSZ-GP9), and a stand alone set top box (NSZ-GS7). GoogleTV runs Android 3.2 with Android Market well-integrated and is full HD capable. The “QWERTY remote” for these items contains a keyboard on the flip side, so you can flip it over to type. By using Sony apps Media Remote and TrackID for Android and iOS mobile devices. you can connect via Android devices. The TV’s have a release date of Q2-2012. Check out the full Sony CES Fact Sheet Interview by Todd Cochrane of Geek News Central [cessponsor]
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Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS A Netbook to run Streaming video? A Netbook to push that video to a larger screen? That’s impossible – Or maybe not. Nvidia Ion might have the solution for you. We saw the ION at CES 2009 and were impressed with it’s small form factor. Now we’re seeing a new generation as the ION is entering into a Netbook. Speed and convenience with a low priced machine. Todd Cochrane talks with Ken (last year Andy talked with Ken) over how the ION has changed and how it works not only in Netbooks, but can improve the usage so you can watch streaming content in higher resolutions. Sponsor: Try GoToAssist free for 30 days – GoToAssist.com/techpodcasts. Get this content on TiVo, Roku and Boxee
I don’t watch too much too much TV anymore. I just have a few shows I want to keep up on. A lot of that is online anyway – I just have to wait a few hours and BAM! I am watching all my shows. My TV is still an older 27″. No VCR, DVD or Tivo attached. I am usually too busy to even watch a movie and I am good with that. Not that I am knocking anyone that does watch TV, I just have pretty much taken it out of my life. If I want to watch sports, I usually want to watch with friends, which means going down to the local tavern. We don’t need the theatre experience. When I do watch TV, I cannot believe how many times I still have to see the DTV conversion ticker. Our area did the smart thing...