If you’re wanting to upgrade your TV game, then you might want to consider picking up an Android TV Box. Android TV’s work quite similarly to the Apple TV, basically transforming your TV into a Smart TV. They even work with Smart TVs, usually offering a whole lot more software for you to take advantage
Chinese manufacturer Hisense has just unveiled its latest 55 inch Smart TV dubbed the H6, with an unusually low price tag of $650. This television runs Android 4.2.2 out of the box with Play Store support, so you will have a plethora of applications to choose from to fit the large real estate. The Hisense
A new question recently came to us via The Droid Guy Mailbag which reads, “I am planning to buy a Samsung Gamepad for my Galaxy Note 3 when I go on vacation overseas, since it is not yet available in our location. Now, may I know how can I use it together with my phone?
Philips has just announced the launch of its Android powered Ambilight televisions in late 2014. These will be Smart TVs and will pack a decent hardware specs sheet to handle graphics heavy titles and games with relative ease. The company mentions that these devices will contain a quad core processor, although it didn’t specify the chipset
Xiaomi is starting to grow out of its Chinese routes, even though we are still yet to see a device launch in Europe and US on the same month as it does in China, showing Xiaomi’s continued loyalty to the home-nation. According to new reports, Xiaomi will be launching the Mi-TV in October, a new
A company called Gracenote will soon bring targeted advertisements on smart televisions in the coming year. This kind of marketing is commonplace online. Both Google and Facebook are popular users of targeted ads. On television, however, the strategy is yet to be explored, and many products are misdirected to the wrong groups of people. This
Since the start of the Android company, Massachusetts based Vlingo has been making millions of Android device owners happy with a virtual assistant. Vlingo actually hit the market two years before Siri. Now, Vlingo wants to take their personal virtual assistant technology from Android phones to connected TV’s. This is like the Xbox Kinnect tv