Mobile Multimedia on Google TV – When, Not Whether
Well, Google did it again – they shook the world! – this time the TV industry. Yesterday at their annual conference Google I/O, they announced their TV platform – Google TV. According to them, “video should be consumed on the biggest, best, and brightest screen in your house, and that’s the TV.” And it is not only video. The idea is to merge the web and TV without compromising on either the web experience or the video experience, with a focus on discovery and personalization.
The key here is discovery and personalization. It means to give a choice to people to watch the multimedia content they value most, in a way they enjoy most. Having that in mind wouldn’t it be nice if we are able to browse and view our personal videos and photos stored on our mobile handset directly on Google TV as we can do it now with Playstation 3, Xbox 360 and most of the internet-enabled TVs out on the market?
I’ll put it simpler – wouldn’t it be nicer if we connect iMediaShare with Google TV and have the best experience for watching at personal mobile content? The answer is – yes, it is and we are totally committed to make it available for the general public pretty soon. Stay tuned!
There are some very interesting news and reviews about Google TV on Engadget. I expect more to come soon.