Google Working on Wireless Entertainment System

Google Working on Wireless Entertainment System

Google Inc., the big daddy of Internet search engine fraternity, is reportedly concentrating on the development of an entertainment gadget that will be based on wireless home networks.

The statements have been confirmed on the basis of a filing made by the search engine prodigy with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

In addition, three other cities will also be included in the process. The testing of 252 devices being made by Google was slated to start in January and will perhaps wrap up by July.

As per information released by the filing, “Google is developing an entertainment device that requires testing outside the laboratory environment. The device is in the prototyping phase and will be modified prior to final compliance testing”.

The firm is now going to press the paddle on in the world of consumer electronics which, apart from decreasing its reliance on search-related marketing, revenue and advertisements for growth, will also exert fair amount of pressure on leading consumer electronic giants. One thing is for sure: Google’s entry into the world of consumer electronics will spark an upheaval in terms of the antagonism prevailing in the electronic segment which, as of now, is dominated heavily by giants like Sony and Samsung.

Earlier, Google expanded its wings into the mobile software segment with the launch of the awesome Android OS, which is now one of the favorites for fueling smartphones and tablets.

It also informed about a proposal slated for May with the title “Android@Home” that will enable Android apps to connect, communicate and discover things with gadgets in the users’ households.

Last year, during a conference organized for Google I/O system, the Californian IT giant illustrated the concept of Android@Home by means of hub gadgets that are capable of playing music, but now the company is all in readiness to offer more and more entertainment data for its user under the same hood.

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