It’s True, Cloud TV will most likely replace Local TV altogether ‘Internet TV’ and ‘3D TV’ were the most searched terms of the entertainment genre for year 2010. Service providing has reached new levels since the advent of cloud computing. Now, experience games, applications and much more over the internet regardless of the device you use. Let it be an iPad or a laptop or a low end personal computer, now all you require is a browser and an internet connection to get applications, games and TV on your computer. The concept of cloud TV is different from web television.
Google Cloud TV & The Logitech Revue The Logitech Revue with Google TV is nothing if not ambitious. Accompanied by a keyboard that incorporates a universal remote as well as mouse functions, this Android-based set-top box brings to your TV search capabilities and an honest-to-goodness Web browser along with solid media-playback and streaming services. With the addition of an optional USB video camera, the Revue also turns your set into a video-chat monitor. It’s not perfect, however. Key TV-network sites are blocking the Revue’s Chrome browser from playing their content, its Amazon on-demand application doesn’t yet support HD video streaming
Google TV Coming To A Living Room Near You – Next Month… The New Cloud Computing Entertainment Center There has been a lot of speculation as to when Google TV will make its debut. It appears that it will be available at some point in October. More specifically Oct 17th, 2010 based on this leaked document found over at Engadget. The new Google TV platform will be available as a set-top box and will be shipping later this month for a cost of roughly $299. Best Buy will be one of the major retail chains stocking the new Google TV