Google scales back Google TV issue plans
Google is scaling back the launch of television products that were due to be unveiled next month, asking some manufacturers to give it more time to improve the software behind Google TV. Sony has been selling four television models and a Blu-ray player featuring Google TV, which combines TV viewing with web surfing, and Samsung and Vizio are expected to add to Google's line-up at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next month.
Toshiba, however, has postponed plans to unveil Google TV products at the show. "We made a mutual decision with Google to hold off until Google TV is more ready, so that we could bring the right product to the market at the right time," the company told the FT. Sharp and LG Electronics are also holding off on Google TV, people with knowledge of the plans said on Monday. LG declined to comment while Sharp not immediately respond to questions on the delay, which was first reported by the New York Times.
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