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After repeated failures, version 3 of Google TV is likely to enjoy greater success than its predecessors, and new partnerships could spell Google's success in the connected TV market. In addition to this new interface, Google boasts certain lesser-know assets which, when put together, could enable the company to eventually carve itself a central position in the connected TV market. This insight provides a segment by segment analysis of Google’s positioning and prospects in this emerging market.
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