Google TV partners with HBO GO, CNBC and Twitter

By on Oct 5, 2010 in Internet, Technology Comments

After Google TV was launched last May, HBO GO and CNBC were said to be now interested to partner with the TV service of Google, as The Hollywood Reporter reported.

Google TV, which combined the Internet and TV, was built on open platforms like Android and Google Chrome, while Sony was reported to be the first Google TV launch partner within this last quarter of the year.

But on Wednesday, October 6, HBO GO and CNBC are expected to announce formally their partnership with Google TV.

HBO will offer HBO GO, which is their online destination for legitimate subscribers; while CNBC of NBC will provide the daily news viewers need to know, reports say.

Meanwhile, Twitter proudly announced on their blog a few hours ago, that they will also be a partner of Google TV.

As Twitter mentioned, they will have an application where most of the functions and features Twitter users can expect.

Just like the Music Video Awards last month, the Twitter for Google TV will be pre-installed and users can easily share photos, web pages, as well as videos.

In addition, one can retweet, choose as favorite, and even the ability to browse older and trending tweets, which will be through a Search box.

Twitter said they will be updating its users with more details later.



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