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Google TV Apps announced: CNBC, HBO, NBA and Adult Swim [Video]

Google TV Apps announced: CNBC, HBO, NBA and Adult Swim [Video]

Google has announced some of its initial content partners for Google TV, including Cartoon Network and Adult Swim on-demand, a CNBC Real-Time application, HBO Go for on-demand original programming and NBA Game Time, an app for bringing realtime game scores to your HDTV.  Meanwhile there'll also be Amazon Video On Demand and Netflix support, together with online text, video and social networking content reformatted to suit the big screen.

Video demo after the cut

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MeeGo eyes your BMW dashboard as GENIVI Alliance plan cross-platform ICE

MeeGo eyes your BMW dashboard as GENIVI Alliance plan cross-platform ICE

A few weeks ago it was Microsoft in your Lexus; now it's MeeGo in your BMW.  The GENIVI Alliance - a nonprofit group focusing on in-vehicle entertainment (IVI) founded by BMW, GM, Intel and others - has decided to adopt MeeGo as the basis of their next release, using the Linux OS for its multimedia, navigation, internet and other abilities, together with its future integration with tablets, smartphones and netbooks.

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Xbox 360 Fall 2007 Dashboard Update Goes Live

Xbox 360 Fall 2007 Dashboard Update Goes Live

So it went live today, I just downloaded it myself, the biggest feature, the ability to download Xbox Originals, or full games from the original Xbox. If you plan on making a habit out of it, I’d recommend upgrading to the 120GB Xbox HDD first, Fable was one of the first 7 titles available, and it was 3.3GB I believe, so it’ll eat up the 20 gig hard drive quick.

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Inside the Nokia HERE HD Maps putting Google on notice

Inside the Nokia HERE HD Maps putting Google on notice

Where exactly am I? That’s the question Nokia is facing, not in its position following the Microsoft deal that will see it shed its phone business, but in how it’s constructing the next-generation of mapping data that’s clever enough to give Google Maps sleepless nights. The HERE team calls it an "HD Map" - taking traditional cartography and putting it on steroids - and it’s one of the main pillars the Nokia platform of tomorrow is expected to stand on.

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Game of Thrones renewed by HBO for 2 more seasons (at least)

Game of Thrones renewed by HBO for 2 more seasons (at least)

While we’re sure it has nothing to do with the fact that Game of Thrones Season 4’s release summoned a record for most-pirated piece of media over the past 24 hours, HBO has renewed the show’s contract. HBO released word today that the show would be renewed for two more seasons - and we’d not be surprised if it was renewed well beyond that.

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HBO puts Silicon Valley episode 1 on YouTube

HBO puts Silicon Valley episode 1 on YouTube

HBO has uploaded the full first episode of new series Silicon Valley to YouTube, after it made its broadcast debut on the network on Sunday evening. The show, which will consist of eight episodes, follows a group of fictional startup founders living together at the home of a VC, and the challenges faced when a product idea suddenly becomes popular.

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Windows in the Car to put Cortana in the dashboard

Windows in the Car to put Cortana in the dashboard

Apple has CarPlay, Google has the Android Open Automotive Alliance, and now Microsoft has Windows in the Car, its own take on piping smartphone content from your Windows Phone directly to the dashboard. Quietly demonstrated at Build 2014 this past week, in concept form at least, Windows in the Car pares back the standard Windows Phone interface to suit center console touchscreens and safer use while on the move thanks to features like Cortana.

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Google shows how far Glass has come from goofy prototype

Google shows how far Glass has come from goofy prototype

Google may be turning to the fashion behemoth behind Oakley and Ray-Bans to make Glass more aesthetically appealing, but three years back a set of cable-ties would've been more appropriate, a new image of a prototype version shows. Revealed at ThinkLA by Google's Janine Gianfredi of the Glass marketing team, the photo dates back to the days when the wearable headset was physically tethered to a computer in a backpack.

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