On Tuesday, Google gave away more than 3,000 Logitech Revue devices to those that attended Adobe's MAX conference in Los Angeles. But Google isn't stopping there. The company also announced on its blog that it would be giving out even more Google TV units -- to developers, of course. But how many more? How about 10,000 more. Though, by the looks of it, the 3,000 given out this morning are included in this lot. So technically, only 7,000 remain, right?
Google is looking to give the remainder of theses devices to developers who are looking to make "the Google TV experience even better." If you're a member of the Google Code community you should go-ahead and apply. If you're not, but you're a professional web developer, you can submit an entry here. You just need to include a short summary of what type of site you're developing for Google TV. Now, who's feeling lucky? [Google TV Blog]
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