According to recent reports, Sony is planning to introduce its new TVs that are powered by Intel chips and Google software next month. Sony and Google are planning to discuss the new products at a conference in San Francisco come May 19th and 20th. Logitech has also been tapped up to design the remote control for the new set-top box, including a tiny keyboard for navigation. The box will obviously be powered by Google’s Android operating system, and requires an Internet connection. That being said, Google looks like it’s entering a highly competitive market, with players such as Cisco, Motorola, Microsoft, Apple, TiVo, and Boxee all potential opponents. Of course, Google itself entered the mobile phone scene a while back, so it’s no stranger to intense competition. Are you looking forward to a Google set-top box, or are you perfectly happy with your TiVo?
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