Google TV roll out Sept. 29?; Apple may be getting wordy;

> Apple's success with iTunes, and more recently iBooks, is prompting newspaper and magazine publishers to take a harder look at a rumored iPad subscription service that would give publishers access to the company's 160 million Apple account holders. Article
> Google TV, may debut Sept. 29 in the form of Logitech's Revue STB with a $299 price tag, with Dish subscribers able to buy one for $179. Apple CEO Steve Jobs on Sept. 2 said the newly revamped Apple TV would start shipping in "about four weeks." The meeting will set up a veritable "Clash of the Titans," which will become even more interesting when the long-awaited Boxee Box joins the fray as well. Article
> Content Optimization platform for major online media publishers RAMP, announced today that it has appointed Nathan Treloar to the newly created position of Vice President of Technology, Strategic Markets. Release
> Motorola rolls outs remote with keyboard
> 2Wire launches nextgen home gateway for IPTV
> Samsung joins VOD fray with 'Media Hub'
> Sky Deutschland subscribers get sports app for Apple iPad
> U-verse continues expansion, rolls out service in Charleston, S.C.
> U-verse customers getting upgrade to 4 simultaneous HD streams
> Calix ponies up $171 million to buy Occam Networks
> Sonic Solutions' OTT platform RoxioNow built into new SoCs from Renesas Electronics
> Research: Cisco leads pack of on-demand video server providers

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