The (Internet) revolution will be televised. Google TV has finally launched and the union between Internet and TV is nearly complete.

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People have talked about the “information superhighway,” “WebTV,” “iTV,” “IPTV” and “convergence” for decades but these predictions of when the Internet and TV would merge have typically been wildly optimistic.  With the second version of Apple TV being released a few weeks ago and Google TV being released imminently, it seems like the time may be finally here.  Never have 2 more powerful technology companies so aggressively gone after the potential of marrying the Web and TV.  Here’s what’s in store:

  • You will be able to watch ANY internet video (youtube, Hulu, Vimeo, etc.) on your TV