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Interview: The Google is flat

12/29/2008 05:00 AM EST
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re: Interview: The Google is flat
MIrandaSB   1/26/2011 7:40:40 PM
I think that Google will continue to bring the newest and some of the best advancements in technology as long as the general public supports them. I recently purchased the Google TV from DISH, since I also work there I was anxiously waiting for its launch! The smooth transition between screens is the best feature, the apps are a work in progress; but non the less awesome. If it works this good now, I cannot wait to see what it will work like in a year or two. Google has said they will be give OTA updates until Google TV reaches its peak!

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