CES may be the stage for Samsung, the world’s largest television and flatscreen maker, to announce a its TV plans with integrated Google TV services. The company so far isn’t committing to a plan and is instead saying that it is open to using Intel’s Atom chips in its television sets to enable such a service. If the move happens, Samsung will join Sony in being the second television set maker to offer Google TV. Television makers are looking towards new technologies, like Google TV, to spur demand in a period of high competition and low demand.
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