Google is developing another new media player device as a possible replacement for the ill-fated Nexus Q, which may have something to do with the Hitchikers Guide To The Galaxy.
Windows Phone users now have a proper YouTube app for their mobile platform of choice. Unfortunately, Google has demanded that Microsoft take it down due to terms of service violations.
Google has announced software upgrades for Google TV and a new release schedule that should keep it up to date alongside other Google products.
Hardware changes mean that Google will not be announcing a Google TV upgrade at tomorrow’s Google I/O event, according to industry analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Google is set to reveal its answer to Apple’s Game Center, potentially turning Google TV boxes into credible games consoles.
LG may be about to reveal a TV with Google TV built in, according to reports.
Developers need to rethink their second screen apps to give a more sophisticated interface, says Google’s George Panayotopoulos.
Google is rolling out an update to the Play store that should make it easier to find the entertainment content you want.
Google has issued the first update to the Google TV Remote app in three years. Is there a big change on the way for Google TV?
iOS users can now flick YouTube videos from their mobile to their TV screen thanks to the Send To TV function.
Taiwanese hardware manufacturers Asus are preparing what looks like a small Google TV box which may involve a dongle. Currently, this is known as Qube.
The latest update to Google TV adds what Google is calling ‘context aware’ voice search.
Google TV owners in the UK will at last be able to buy movies and music via their set top box when Google Play launches its multimedia services for Google TV on 13th November.
Google TV will feature voice controls in its next version according to a video accidentally posted to YouTube by a Google employee, beating the rumoured Apple TV update with Siri voice commands.
YouTube is taking aim at broadcast TV with 60 new channels of original shows many of which are from top production companies and feature the likes of Jamie Oliver and James May.