Google is working updates to its Google TV project. On October 20, folks over at Zatsnotfunny posted some screenshots showing off the new user interface of Google TV 2.0.
The Goole TV 2.0 is based on Google's Android 3.1 (Honeycomb) mobile operating system - will allow Google TV owners to download and use a number of new apps, including the Wall Street Journal and more.
Google TV owners can also rate the apps they use just like their Android app counterparts.
Google has announced of seeking more hardware partners for Google TV, and it's Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt recently affirmed the company's support for Google TV, saying, "We're absolutely committed to staying, to improving Google TV."
Here are the screenshots of Google TV 2.0:
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