Google TV Coming To A Computer Screen Near You Soon!

January 28, 2007 by  

In the video Mark Erickson of Infinite Solutions shows us how to get a free GoogleTV invite. This service allows you to watch archived shows from FOX, NBC, CBS, and more with ads embedded into each video.

It involves several hoops which you’ll have to go through including having to log in and out of Gmail until a “random number generator” gives you and invite based on the number of times you’ve logged in.

Actually this is just a well made prank on an alleged secret test invite for an upcoming “Google TV”.

Would you be willing to give it a try? Too bad I don’t have time to waste LOL

If you got bored, check out another video from this guy on how to increase your WiFi signals.

You can do that by wrapping your cell phone in an Ethernet cable and taping it to a salad bowl. How fancy! LOL

Nevertheless, I think the Google TV idea is good. I wouldn’t mind having the option to watch the latest TV programs from the US directly from my computer screen for free.

On a related news Bill Gates believes that the Internet will revolutionize TV in 5 years.

The Internet is set to revolutionize television within five years, due to an explosion of online video content and the merging of PCs and TV sets, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates said on Saturday.

“I’m stunned how people aren’t seeing that with TV, in five years from now, people will laugh at what we’ve had,” he told business leaders and politicians at the
World Economic Forum.

The rise of high-speed Internet and the popularity of video sites like Google Inc.’s YouTube has already led to a worldwide decline in the number hours spent by young people in front of a TV set.

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Comment by Malaysia Property
2007-01-29 11:38:21

i thought that is what joost suppose to do?

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