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The Super Wi-Fi Summit will discuss the opportunities, challenges and technical issues surrounding the use of White Spaces for wireless broadband services. The event will cover all aspects of the White Spaces market including, results and next steps for recent technical trials, White Spaces backhaul opportunities, database issues, White Spaces Devices, Spectrum Issues, Standards and more. The event will feature an excellent cross section of speakers from companies closely involved with this new opportunity, including; Spectrum Bridge, Microsoft, Telcordia, Google, 6Harmonics and more.
From The Expert Corner
September 10, 2012
After Unsuccessful Launch, Google TV Tries Again with Sony, Vizio
By Monica Gleberman, Contributing Writer
After launching its first generation Google (News - Alert) TV in 2010 to poor sales, Google announced it would be re-launching its televisions with revamped software and hardware with the hopes to attract consumers’ attentions.
Google TV was designed as a television platform that would integrate with Google’s Android (News - Alert) operating system to help create an interactive television experience more advanced that just streaming television through your computer. The first sets of televisions were released using x86 architecture processor by Intel (News - Alert) and received criticism for its high cost, lack of content and features and slow hardware.
Although Google tried to salvage its televisions by lowering the price by over 60 percent, the lack of revenue considered Google’s first attempt at releasing a television as a failure. Now, the company is teaming up with Sony to release two new television sets under Sony’s NSZ-GS7 product line... Read More