Jan 11, 2012

Ubuntu TV

All these years the television has been just a an average electronic device with not much choice for the viewers to find entertainment, record and share your favorite shows. The wait is finallly over. Canoical, the company that spear headed the Ubuntu OS is all set to compete with Google and Apple by launching the Ubuntu TV. The canonical showcased the latest venture during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), LasVegas.

Canonical claims that Beautiful simplicity is the driving force behind Ubuntu TV. It integrates broadcast, time shift, online box office, personal cloud, apps and disk media experiences - all without wires, connectors or more boxes. It really is just the TV.

The important feature of the Ubuntu TV is the Second screen experience in which users would like to know more information about the content they are watching, but without interfering with the content on the screen. Ubuntu TV is designed to work with your phones, tablets or laptops via apps that talk to the television.

Ubuntu TV makes users find entertainment easy. Ubuntu TV benefits from the comprehensive hardware support that's always been a hallmark of Ubuntu for PCs.

For more information visit http://www.ubuntu.com/tv