Here's What Google TV Looks Like (PHOTOS) (GOOG, TIVO, AAPL, DISH, BBY)

Here's What Google TV Looks Like (PHOTOS) (GOOG, TIVO, AAPL, DISH, BBY)

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Today, Google officially announced its latest product, Google TV. We've already explained why we think it's going to revolutionize the television industry and entertainment industry as a whole. But what does it look like? Glad you asked.Google is all about innovationImage: GoogleThis sums it up pretty well, but it's so...
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