Sony Starts Taking Developer Inquiries for Google TV Apps

Sony is currently in the midst of a Google TV keynote in New York , but the hardware maker began making developer-friendly moves earlier today.  The company has opened up their registration page for developing apps on their Bravia GT1, dedicated set-top boxes, and/or other television models.  We’re waiting for the event to unfold to be certain, but look for the GT1 to range from 24-46 inches.  If you’re considering developing apps for Google TV, this would be a great place to start!

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  1. choder
    October 12, 19:58 Reply

    “An error occured while registering your user account. Please try again later.”

    Fucking brilliant start!

  2. Julius
    October 12, 21:24 Reply

    An error occured while registering your user account. Please try again later.

  3. basha
    October 13, 04:05 Reply

    its works, jus provide firstname, lastname, email and pass then press enter…. seems sony is quite in a hurry to handle all entries of form data

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