Google Will Launch Its Free TV Service This Fall…

Sep 7, 2010  •  Post A Comment

Google will launch its free TV service this fall, Eric Schmidt, the company’s CEO, announced at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin, Reuters reports.

According to the article, "CEO Eric Schmidt said the service, which will allow full Internet browsing via the television, would be free, and Google would work with a variety of program makers and electronics manufacturers to bring it to consumers."

Sony has said it will include the service on its TV sets, and Samsung said it was exploring the possibility that it would as well, the article noted.

"We will work with content providers, but it is very unlikely that we will get into actual content production," Schmidt said, announcing that the service would launch in the U.S. this fall and internationally next year, according to the story.

To read more details about Google TV plans, please click here.


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