Sony will Have Google TV’s on the Shelves in Time for Christmas

Well – remember what I said about Sony and Samsung getting into bed with Google?

Sony has announced today that it will have its first Internet TV out in time for Christmas in the US.

According to the company, Sony will introduce “Sony Internet TV” which will become the world’s first TV to incorporate the “Google TV” platform by the end of this year.

You’ll will be able to search and access content from your tele and from the interwebs by navigating an easy-to-use interface. Sony promises a rich Internet experience on consumers’ TVs.

“Sony Internet TV” is scheduled to first launch in the US this Autumn with the lineup featuring both a standalone TV model and set top box-type unit incorporating a Blu-ray Disc drive.

“The combination of Sony’s industry-leading product design, engineering and development expertise with the flexibility and growth potential of Google’s innovative, open-source Android platform will provide consumers with a world of new and exciting Internet user experiences. Through this alliance, Sony will deliver new levels of connectivity and Internet integration across our range of assets and product categories,” said Howard Stringer, Chairman, President and CEO, Sony Corporation.

Sony has fallen in love with Google and has gushed about the two companies taking their relationship to the next level in connection with Sony’s wide range of entertainment assets to establish new forms of cloud-based user experiences.

Sony and G stitting in a tree………….

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