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Daily Crunch: Circuit

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Here are some recent stories on TechCrunch Gadgets: Is Google Hard At Work On New Home Entertainment System? Microsoft Explains Windows On ARM, The Latest Addition To The OS Family Kodak Shutters Digital Camera Business In Favor Of Licensing, Photo Printing You Can Buy Me Love, But Please Don’t Buy...
Daily Crunch: Circuit

Google Shifts Strategy With Plans for Device

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Google plans to make a branded home-entertainment system, moving toward control of both the software and hardware process, a formula used by rival Apple....
Google Shifts Strategy With Plans for Device

VooMote Zapper Turns Your iThing Into A Universal A/V Remote

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Did your parents ever tell you how they switched television channels back in the day? You know, before the remote? They had to get up, and walk the twelve feet to the television set, turn some knob, and repeat this process until they found something worth viewing (most likely a...
VooMote Zapper Turns Your iThing Into A Universal A/V Remote

Google reportedly working on wireless home entertainment system to be sold under its own brand

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Details are still fairly light at the moment, but The Wall Street Journal is reporting today that Google could be about to make big push into the hardware business. Citing people briefed on the company's plans, the WSJ says that Google is now developing a home entertainment system that...
Google reportedly working on wireless home entertainment system to be sold under its own brand

Is Google Hard At Work On New Home Entertainment System?

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It was just a few days ago that news of a mysterious home-oriented Google device was being prepped for testing in the homes of 252 company employees, but the associated FCC filing left most of the specifics up in the air. Now, if a new report from the Wall Street...
Is Google Hard At Work On New Home Entertainment System?

Larry Page Spotted Wearing Google Glasses In England!

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There hasn’t been a whole lot of news coming out of the Google Zeitgeist event taking place in a posh hotel on the outskirts of London this week, but Google’s making some other news in England: its CEO Larry Page has been spotted wearing Google Glasses. The pictures of Page...
Larry Page Spotted Wearing Google Glasses In England!

Android-powered Google Glasses: The augmented reality HUD dream is coming

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It’s about time: By the end of 2012, Google will launch a pair of Android-powered, augmented reality, head-up display (HUD) glasses. Anonymous Google employees, speaking to The New York Times, say that the glasses will resemble a pair of Oakley Thumps (pictured above), will have 3G or 4G connectivity, a...
Android-powered Google Glasses: The augmented reality HUD dream is coming

Google Working On Wireless Home Entertainment System

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Google is developing a wireless home entertainment system designed to stream music throughout the home, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. The system would be marketed under Google's brand and would be based on Google's Android platform. Google has sold a few items under it's own name,...
Google Working On Wireless Home Entertainment System

What’s In A Name? Nintendo Seems To Be Sticking With Calling Its Next-Gen System Wii U

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Nintendo unveiled the tablet-centric Wii U at last year’s E3. At the time the company was clear that it was a working name. A report earlier this year stated that Nintendo was exploring other options. E3 kicks off next week and it seems increasingly likely that Nintendo is sticking with...
What’s In A Name? Nintendo Seems To Be Sticking With Calling Its Next-Gen System Wii U

Google building "home entertainment system" for wireless music streaming

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Google is building a "home-entertainment system that streams music wirelessly throughout the home and would be marketed under the company's own brand," according to a report today in the Wall Street Journal. While the move has not been confirmed by Google, it would build upon the Google Music streaming...
Google building "home entertainment system" for wireless music streaming
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Google reportedly working on wireless home entertainment system

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Google's Android unit is rumored to be developing a wireless home entertainment system that is capable of streaming music throughout the home, and if launched would be the first consumer electronics product designed and marketed under the Google brand....
Google reportedly working on wireless home entertainment system
Google developing Android-powered home entertainment system

Apple Patent Shows Self Configuring iPhone as a Universal TV Remote

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Apple patent applications tend to cover a broad set of topics, including many research items that never make their way out of the labs. A new one found this morning, however, is more interesting than usual given the recent rumors of an Apple television. The application is titled "Configurable Remote...
Apple Patent Shows Self Configuring iPhone as a Universal TV Remote
That Google mystery device? It’s basically a Sonos

Google Developing Home Entertainment System

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Google Inc. is developing a home-entertainment system that streams music wirelessly throughout the home and would be marketed under the company’s own brand, according to people briefed on the company’s plans. The effort marks the Internet company’s first full-fledged effort to design and market consumer electronics devices under the Google...
Google Developing Home Entertainment System
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Get Ready For Google Hardware

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Get Ready For Google Hardware: As Amir Efrati of The Wall Street Journal reports: Google Inc. is developing a home-entertainment system that streams music wirelessly throughout the home and would be marketed under the company’s own brand, according to people briefed on the company’s plans. The effort marks the Internet...
Get Ready For Google Hardware

WSJ: ‘Google Android entertainment system’ coming later this year

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Last week an FCC filing from Google requested permission to test an unspecified “entertainment device” that would connect to home networks over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. Today a report from The Wall Street Journal claimed the company is developing a Google branded “home-entertainment system” for wirelessly streaming music. Citing “people briefed on...
WSJ: ‘Google Android entertainment system’ coming later this year

Engadget HD Podcast 286 - 02.14.2012

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We're back with 2012's first post-football Engadget HD podcast. How will we survive in these harsh, unforgiving lands? We're not sure, but there's still plenty of news to discuss including the latest rumors from Google and Apple, and pricing info on some of 2012's most anticipated HDTVs. Not happy...
Engadget HD Podcast 286 - 02.14.2012

Report: Google Building Home-entertainment System

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Google is planning to enter the home entertainment market with a Google-branded wireless device that streams music within a house, according to the Wall Street......
Report: Google Building Home-entertainment System

Report: Google building home-entertainment system

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Google is planning to enter the home entertainment market with a Google-branded wireless device that streams music within a house, according to the Wall Street Journal....
Report: Google building home-entertainment system

Record Exec Says Google Music Is Losing Users. But Is It Worth Saving?

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Users are tuning out of Google Music, the search engine’s foray into music cloud storage, streaming and sales. A high-ranking digital music executive told The Music Void that Google Music is losing users week after week, despite its preferred access to over 200 million Android installs,. Seems its lack of marketing,...
Record Exec Says Google Music Is Losing Users. But Is It Worth Saving?
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 launches March 1st for $500 on contract from Verizon

THE MICROSOFT INVESTOR: How Microsoft Blew Windows (MSFT)

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The Microsoft Investor is a daily report from SAI. Sign up here to receive it by email. MSFT Weak As Tech Slides    Stocks are up in early trading on China's rate cut and Bernanke's monetary policy speech to the Senate. Shares of MSFT are sinking after morning highs, and...
THE MICROSOFT INVESTOR: How Microsoft Blew Windows (MSFT)

WSJ: Google developing streaming home-entertainment system

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The Wall Street Journal is out with a new report today saying that Google is currently developing its own streaming home-entertainment system. The home-entertainment system will reportedly be music based, and would be streamed over user’s home networks. Users could then control music with their handsets, preferably Android. If the...
WSJ: Google developing streaming home-entertainment system

Google’s “Showy” turns device’s into a remote control for TV and more

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When Google registered GoogleShowy.com last month, we could only speculate what the company had planned for the domain name. The good news is a new trademark filing (via Fusible) gives us new details about the yet to be announced “Showy”. According to the trademark application submitted earlier this month, Showy will...
Google’s “Showy” turns device’s into a remote control for TV and more

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 hits Verizon on March 1 for $499

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Samsung announced in a press release this morning that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, also known as the “world’s thinnest 4G LTE tablet,” would land in Verizon stores March 1 for $499 on the typical two-year commitment. In case you do not remember the 7.7-inch tablet originally introduced at...
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 hits Verizon on March 1 for $499

Sorry, Google Plus: Google Uses Facebook To Tease Product Launch (GOOG)

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Apparently Google TV has some big product announcements coming up tomorrow. But as Ed Bott pointed out this morning, the only way you'd know this is by looking at Facebook. The official Google TV page on Google+ just kicked off on Friday and has nothing about an upcoming announcement...
Sorry, Google Plus: Google Uses Facebook To Tease Product Launch (GOOG)

Here Are The Best iPhone And iPad Apps You Missed This Week (AAPL)

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We've put together a list of the best iPhone and iPadapps you might've missed this week. We have a new app for news junkies, an app that recommends real-world events for you to attend, and even a game about fighting trolls.Scoople is perfect for news junkies Scoople pulls in news stories from...
Here Are The Best iPhone And iPad Apps You Missed This Week (AAPL)
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