Google has finally released an update for Google TV, Android 3.1, which brings an entirely new interface and access to Android Market for downloading apps. It hasn't solved Google TV's core content-access problems, but it does add a lot of new functionality.
We take a look at the Co-Star, Vizio's $99 set top box.
Google has released a Google Music app for Google TV, allowing you to stream music directly from the cloud into your home theater system.
Logitech pulled no punches in its description of how badly the Revue Google TV set top box hurt the company, describing it as a "mistake" and adding that it will not be producing a followup product until Google TV can gain more success in the market.
Plex, the popular media streaming client that already had an Android app, is among the first pieces of third party software available for Google TV.