Google TV Puzzle Wiinners Announced, Will Receive Google TV Powered by Android 3.1 Honeycomb

Google announced the winners of the "Building Android Apps for Google TV" session at Google I/O — "Benji Hertel, Alecia Householder, and Jan Jorgensen on their quick wit in solving the puzzle! They'll receive early access to Android 3.1 Honeycomb on Google TV.""We saw a lot of interesting methods being used in an attempt to […]

Google announced the winners of the "Building Android Apps for Google TV" session at Google I/O — "Benji Hertel, Alecia Householder, and Jan Jorgensen on their quick wit in solving the puzzle! They'll receive early access to Android 3.1 Honeycomb on Google TV."

"We saw a lot of interesting methods being used in an attempt to solve the puzzle and were impressed by the creativity displayed (e.g. http://yfrog.com/z/h2s0sjhj). Our puzzle masters Rich Bragg and Erica Baker even planted a number of signposts with a few subtle hints along the way (http://goo.gl/bgyrygbrg, http://goo.gl/ygbgbrryg, http://goo.gl/ovtotrntv)," Google stated.

If you own a Google TV, here's how it worked:

A Google TV engineer, hid an Easter Egg in the Google TV home screen. If you click the white Google TV logo at the top left of the Home screen, you may notice that the little boxes change colors -- and the boxes flash in a specific timing pattern: Morse code!

[Source: Google TV blog]