Archive for October, 2010

Panasonic Displays Concept of Future Internet TV

Posted in Internet TV, Internet TV Peripherial, John Landino, Message from the CEO, Phantom Lapboard with tags , on October 7, 2010 by jlandino

Panasonic IPTV

“When the viewer was watching a sport in 3D, he chose friends living in remote areas to watch it together and exchanged messages while watching it.”

 

Chatting with friends while watching content.

 

The Phantom Lapboard Is Ready For The Google TV Takeover

Posted in Google TV, Internet TV, Internet TV Peripherial, John Landino, Message from the CEO, Phantom Lapboard with tags , , , on October 6, 2010 by jlandino

The Phantom Lapboard Is Ready For The Google TV Takeover.

“Google TV promises to bring the full web to the livingroom and we’re going to have to input text somehow. Sony’s QWERTY keypad might be good enough for some people, but perhaps others want something a bit more serious. After all, with the full web at your disposal, you might be communicating a good deal through Google TV and typing with your thumbs tends to get old in about three and half minutes.

Sony IPTV Remote vs. The Phantom Lapboard

Posted in Google TV, Internet TV, Internet TV Peripherial, John Landino, Message from the CEO, Phantom Lapboard with tags , , , , , on October 6, 2010 by jlandino

This or the Phantom Lapboard?

http://techcrunch.com/2010/10/05/google-tv-remote/

“I get that Google TV is going to be different (they want you to do searches that generate revenue, remember?) and a QWERTY keyboard may make some sense…”

Where is the Phantom Lapboard?

Posted in Google TV, Internet TV, Internet TV Peripherial, John Landino, Message from the CEO, Phantom Lapboard with tags , , , , on October 6, 2010 by jlandino

16. Google TV is Huge for the Phantom Lapboard

Posted in Google TV, Internet TV, Internet TV Peripherial, John Landino, Message from the CEO, Phantom Lapboard with tags , , , , on October 5, 2010 by jlandino

15 Reasons Google TV Will Make a Huge Impact on the Web

“Remember, you can’t judge the offering entirely from the initial product availability. That will grow – maybe even to a device you already own. Upon Google TV’s announcement, Sony CEO Howard Stringer was asked if consumers could expect Google TV integration with Sony Playstation. He said Sony was working with Google on one product at a time. Judging from the looks exchanged between Stringer and Google CEO Eric Schmidt, it certainly didn’t seem like the idea was ruled out.”

Google TV Reality Check – PC World

Posted in Google TV, Internet TV, Internet TV Peripherial, John Landino, Message from the CEO, Phantom Lapboard with tags , on October 5, 2010 by jlandino

PC World Google TV

“There are only two million Internet-connected TVs in the U.S. today, according to The New York Times . But Forrester says major electronics retailers in the U.S. have already committed to selling only Internet-connected TVs by 2011. By 2015, the market research firm predicts, one-third of U.S. homes will have Internet-connected TVs.”

Phantom Lapboard again comes up in thread asking “How to compute from the couch with a Flat Screen TV?”

Posted in Internet TV, Internet TV Peripherial, John Landino, Message from the CEO, Phantom Lapboard with tags , , on October 3, 2010 by jlandino

NewEgg Forum

“Imagine, for a minute, that you have a big screen HDTV, and wish to perform computer functions using that as your monitor. You sit at the comfort of your recliner or sofa.

Is there a device that combines the functions of a keyboard and a mouse?”