The search giant is indeed thriving to get success in their latest endeavor, the Google TV. For sometime the Google TV has already been enjoyed by the Americans but it seems like the market is not as enthusiastic as was expected before its release.
There can be various reasons for this US market response. One of these is having a wide array of cable companies that perhaps wouldn’t want their business to be injured with the seamless switching of TV and internet that was offered by Google TV.
For that reason, Google is moving to offer their deal in the UK market. According to Telegraph.co.uk, for the coming six months, Google TV will be available in UK.
Apparently, they can access Google TV by having a set-top box that enables them to search channels, videos and web using your television.
Also, an exciting feature is that you can even use your device as remote control with voice recognition. Moreover, the user will be allowed to access the BBC iPlayer, ITV Player and more.
Google TV aims to change every user’s experience in watching and using the internet. I’m sure Google TV fans in UK are really excited with this. An introductory video are provided below for you to see the overview of how Google TV works.
In view of this, Google is expecting much in UK because of the region’s availability of free-to-air service unlike in the US. But we can’t say anything more as of yet until we see some good results.
So, we’ll wait for more updates of Google TV in UK within the next six months.