Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG), California-based company, and LG Electronics Inc may expose a television using the Googles software at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January, two person who know about the project said.
An anonymous person, who refuses to be identified because the matter is secret, stated that the product would be LG’s primary model with Google TV.
Google is attempting to construct an alliance around its Google TV software, this software attaches Internet features to televisions. Connect to the second-major TV manufacture LG may assist to support the attempt amid dwindling support from a previous partner, Logansport Financial Corp (OTC:LOGN). Logansport Financial is backing away from the partnership after unsatisfactory sales.
LG spokeswoman Claire Jang and Google spokesperson Robin Moroney refused to comment on the negotiations between the two companies.
The search giant launched a revamped version of the service previous month after the initial level failed to meet few expectations. Google Inc increasing rivalry against Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT), exposed the original TV service previous year with Sony Corp, Logitech International (NASDAQ:LOGI) and DISH Network Corp (NASDAQ:DISH).
LG Electronics and its major competitor Samsung Electronics Co are gripping the Internet and 3-D in a offer to refresh TV demand and cope with falling prices.
Sony Corporation (NYSE:SNE), Japan-based corporation generally engaged in the manufacture and sale of electronic products, has estimated eighth straight year of losses at its TV business.
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