We have already seen a Google TV set top box in the form of the Logitech Revue, plus Google TV HDTVs from Sony, and we were expecting to see some new Google TV devices from a range of manufacturers at CES.
According to the NYT, Google has asked a range of manufacturers to delay their launch of their Google TV devices, so it can refine the software, the news comes after Google updated the Google TV software last week.
It seems that manufacturers including Toshiba, LG and Sharp who were all set to show of Google TV devices at CES in January, have been asked to hold off launching them until the software can be improved.
This is bad new for Google TV, and also for the manufacturers who have obviously invested heavily to get their Google TV devices ready for a CES launch.
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via ElectronistaFiled Under: Technology News