Google TV Update To Offer Chrome Improvements With Blu-ray 3D Support
If you are one of those rarest people who have a Google TV-equipped Sony device, here is an important announcement for you. Google soon will be heading for an update this week. The latest version of Google’s operating system for the big screen will help the TV-optimized version of Chrome to run a bit quicker. It also offers support for Blu-ray 3D movies.
The search engine giant has confirmed that the update will be heading through the official Google TV Twitter account. The company assured to unveil the new firmware “this week.” Certainly, this update will be available to the Sony Internet TV line from around a year ago, and the 3D aspect applies to the small numer of Sony Blu-ray players with Google TV functionality. It does not include the Logitech Revue which was discontinued due to sluggish sales.
Google TV is hoping for a major comeback in 2012, with much-needed support finally confirmed from other high-end television manufacturers. But few things need to be cleared out, for example- whether or not consumers will be benefitted in having what is basically a computer built into their TV, which still remains a mostly inactive consumer electronic device. Most of the people who are using this device think that it needs a diverse collection of apps and content that can actually revolutionize the TV experience, without making it complicated.