“I say to time blog: Bonn/San Francisco just comes with the post a new booklet titled machines that are our brothers”. Here, John Grayken expresses very clear opinions on the subject. Following the debate on the data Octopus”Google, then a different play is staged well at the time. Everything the search engine group tackle at the time, is rather considered a mephistophelisches conspiracy. Seems unclear currently, who and who in this drama Faust Mephisto is. We can observe closer today, because the Google I/0 Conference? starts.
“Together with Intel and Sony, the mountain view group provides the program smart TV”, which can be received with a set-top box. New TV with Android operating system will be presented in San Francisco. A few days ago I had already reported about it. Industry insiders have expressed positive: the fusion of Web and TV has already announced himself in the last few years. Our studies have shown that three customer needs driving this trend: time sovereignty, use of video from the Web in the Living room and the need to structure the complex and diverse website and so the best ‘ to get from the Web. Current market forecasts for this so-called hybrid TV deals are very positive”, says Christian Halemba by Dusseldorf management consultancy mind business.
The apps take into account also the usage situation on the TV, could the search engine group fairy kiss and wake the TV market. The opportunity to buy TV apps by remote control from the couch, will be after analysis of mind business, perhaps a way to break down the barriers against pay TV in Germany. If Sony, Samsung and other manufacturers in the battle for the pole position on Android, Apple’s response will not long wait on. Maybe it’s already there: because the iPad offers the possibility to connect external displays also the TV. No matter what Web giant makes the race, there is movement in the world at the end of the day the manufacturer will benefit first and foremost from TVs,”predicts the after Sales specialist Peter Walker Madrigal, CEO of Bitronic. As far as the comments. “” On Twitter, one speaks of revolution “and the biggest change since the invention of the color television”. The skeptics of the service, Andrew Keen, looks not so euphoric. I don’t want Google to know what I’m watching on television”. Or: If Google so controls television such as the Internet, we’re all f * “.” Is keen the Gustav basic Kalkan of the Web world? I am the spirit who always denied – and justifiably, because everything arises, is worth that it goes to reason.” Go to the survey. More expert opinions would be interested in me.