Google unleashed details concerning a new Sony TV at the Google I/O conference earlier this morning with the rather unimaginative name of Sony Internet TV. This is touted to be the most advanced TV ever by the Japanese company, where it is able to detect incoming missiles from 500 miles away and alert the nearest SAM site to take definitive action in case our enemies want to rain our homeland with bombs. No really, the Sony Internet TV will be based on the current monolithic design that is influenced Sony BRAVIA NX800 as seen, and will more or less be available in 46? and 52? screen sizes. Google Search has been integrated into the device, alongside Google TV which is based on the Android 2.1 operating system, sporting Google Chrome as a Web browser of choice and a full version of Flash 10.1. You can read up in further detail concerning our live Google TV coverage here.
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