Android TV

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Android TV

Google's second-generation integrated Web and smart TV platform. Introduced in 2014 and superseding Google TV, Android TV features voice search. It can also be operated by its remote control, a game controller or an app in a mobile device. Using the Cast feature introduced with Google's Chromecast, content can be sent from a computer or mobile device directly to the TV. Set-top boxes and smart TVs based on Android TV debuted in 2014. See Nexus Player, Google TV and Chromecast.
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