Google has been working on updating their devices across-the-board, and the latest product to see a major update is their Google TV service. The newest update to hit the popular TV entertainment system is brings the software version to 3.0, and adds quite a few user-friendly features that should enhance your viewing experience. The most significant feature, highlighted in the view above, is the new voice search feature. This feature allows you simply say what you watch to watch, like maybe CNN or Two and a Half Men, and your Google TV will figure out either search the Youtube, your TV channels, or movies.

Here is an excerpt from the Google blog post:
Voice Search: Simply speak to watch anything

Instantly access the power of Google TV, simply by using your voice. Just speak to watch TV shows and movies, start playing a YouTube video, open applications, go to websites, do a Google search, and much more. Say “CNN” to go right to the channel, or say “Homeland” to see all the live and streaming options to watch the show. You can even say “how to tie a bow tie” to watch an instructional YouTube video. Try “search movies with Jeff Bridges” and see results in our new, more visual search results page.

PrimeTime: A guide that works for you

Last year your Google TV added the TV & Movies app to help you browse 100,000+ movies and TV episodes available to watch. Now called PrimeTime, the app makes it even easier to find your favorite content. Easily access PrimeTime anywhere in Google TV and browse for something new while you watch. You can quickly flip through the best stuff on live TV, access your favorite channels, see TV shows you recently watched, and find other suggestions based on what you enjoy watching. Here’s how both of these features work
There you have it folks, Google always working hard to make sure your Android-related purchases stay update and user friendly. Any Google TV users on the forum?