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    News - New Google entertainment device likely to be "Project Tungsten"

    Android-controlled media system getting closer to launch.
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    Re: News - New Google entertainment device likely to be "Project Tungsten"

    google console at last?

    quad-core A15 SoC sporting a PowerVR Rogue GPU..........

    yes please!

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    Re: News - New Google entertainment device likely to be "Project Tungsten"

    Hopefully it won't be hard to use!!
    Last edited by CAT-THE-FIFTH; 10-02-2012 at 04:49 PM.

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    Re: News - New Google entertainment device likely to be "Project Tungsten"

    <cynic mode>
    Isn't this just Google's version of Apple TV/iTV?
    </cynic mode>

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    Re: News - New Google entertainment device likely to be "Project Tungsten"

    Quote Originally Posted by crossy View Post
    <cynic mode>
    Isn't this just Google's version of Apple TV/iTV?
    </cynic mode>
    It's probably Google's version of Apple's version of every media streamer that's been out for ages, but Apple will somehow have a patent on it.

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    Re: News - New Google entertainment device likely to be "Project Tungsten"

    Quote Originally Posted by Smudger View Post
    It's probably Google's version of Apple's version of every media streamer that's been out for ages, but Apple will somehow have a patent on it.
    Thought that the Google one, like the Apple one, had a (limited?) app playing capability too?

    (It's not something that particularly appeals to me, so be kind if my information is wrong...)

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    Re: News - New Google entertainment device likely to be "Project Tungsten"

    Quote Originally Posted by Smudger View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by crossy View Post
    <cynic mode>
    Isn't this just Google's version of Apple TV/iTV?
    </cynic mode>
    It's probably Google's version of Apple's version of every media streamer that's been out for ages, but Apple will somehow have a patent on it.
    Google bought Sage TV a while back and it vanished from the face of the earth. I suspect it's about to resurface

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