In an attempt to expand beyond phones and tablets to gather more attention in the living room, Google launched its Google TV platform in early 2010. In its initial launch Google TV was a highly customized version of Android 2.1, though through the years it was eventually updated all the way to Android 4.2 as the platform progressed. Google TV was designed to be used from a standard TV-style...
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 12 Aug 2013 9:56 pm
Update promises Wifi stability and new titles and support through GameNow
ASUS is pushing an OTA for the ASUS Cube with Google TV, bringing a few fixes and updates to the GameNow platform version.
The 234MB update addresses issues with the Wifi stability, updates the GameNow platform to version 1.0.31 and brings enhanced support for the Logitech F710 wireless controller, and adds the ability...
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 23 Apr 2013 12:27 am
A bold design and great software additions make the ASUS CUBE unique, but is that enough to push Google TV to mainstream living rooms?
The ASUS CUBE with Google TV is the latest premium Google TV box to come out, and it’s also one of the most anticipated. It has a unique look and design, a nifty rotating-cube user interface, and plenty of features both in the hardware and software. We’ve been...
Qube no longer; renamed streaming box due for release Apr. 24 for $140
First announced at CES, ASUS' Google TV-powered streaming box is set to go on sale in just over a week, according to listings at Newegg. What's more, it'll do so with a pretty reasonable $139.99 price tag and a brand new name.
The ASUS Qube is no more -- behold the ASUS Cube. With a C. Because that's how you spell "cube."...
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