Google TV and technology similar to AirPlay
What will Google unveil at I/O 2012 tomorrow?

26 Jun 2012 | Rasmus Larsen |

Google’s annual I/O conference is tomorrow. Google is expected to primarily focus on Android but we also hear that Google has prepared an update for Google TV and a technology similar AirPlay.

Google I/O tomorrow

Google will unveil their new products and services tomorrow. We will most likely hear a lot from the mobile world but we are more interested in Google’s TV plans.

Google I/O
What will Google unveil at I/O 2012 tomorrow?

We hear that Google has prepared a major update for the Google TV platform which still has not taken off even though Sony, Vizioand LG unveiled products at CES 2012. We expect new services and better integration with TV devices.

It is also reported that Google will unveil technology to compete with AirPlay / Sonos. The technology will allow users to stream music, pictures and possibly video from a smartphone / tablet onto the TV screen. However, we are not sure if this is an actual product or a software solution for Android.

Finally, Google is expected to reveal more about their Google Glass project.

Tune in tomorrow to find out what Google has prepared. The conference starts at at 5:30pm BST. FlatpanelsHD will tell you more after the announcements. Remember that you can learn more about Google in the Google section.

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