LG Smart TVs that run Google TV will be updated to Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, the latest version of the operating system, the company announced today at Google I/O in San Francisco. The free update will go live in the U.S. in the third quarter.
China's Hisense continues treading into the US market with a slew of new, budget-friendly TV's, including 4K, 3D, and Google TV models, plus some kind of transparent 3D business we've not heard of before.
LG's gorgeous OLED displays will hit the United States in March, joining a line of 47 new HDTVs, seven new Google TVs, four new soundbars, and other products from its CES 2013 announcements.
If you missed LG's string of announcements over the holidays, we've assembled the details here in a roundup of the company's news for CES 2013.
While Netflix is one of the most popular applications on smart televisions, consumers are avoiding other applications like Facebook, Skype and Angry Birds.
LG isn't waiting around for CES to take the wraps off of a bunch of new products. The company's four-day-long string of announcements starts today with a total of seven new Google TV-enabled televisions.
Adding more support for the Google TV platform within the home theater space, the Netgear NeoTV Prime offers another streaming solution for your HDTV.
Can voice search provide the kind of user-friendliness that Google originally promised in its Smart TV platform?
In its latest update, LG has added the online cloud gaming system OnLive to its range of Smart TVs with Google TV installed. Following a tumultuous year, it looks like OnLive still has plenty of life left in it.
YouTube announced a new feature today that can beam YouTube videos to Google TVs and remotely control the videos from Android devices.
Google has announced it is expanding the reach of its Google Play store on Google TV boxes, with the UK, France and Germany all gaining access to movies and music later this month.
Don't let the price tag fool you: Hisense's Pulse Google TV box sports a smart TV interface that is clean, smooth, and usable for everything from live TV to Netflix. And at $100, you won’t be able to find a set-top box much cheaper.
Google finally updated Google TV to enable users to purchase movies, TV shows, and music from the Google Play Store.
Hisense shows how low it can go with the hyper-affordable 42-inch K26 HDTV.
Google TV keeps popping up everywhere we look, most recently from Chinese manufacturer, Hisense.