Google TV is a software platform that combines the web experience on your TV. It was announced on May 20th, 2010 and is found integrated in certain Sony TVs and standalone Logitech products. It is built on Android (Google's mobile operating system), and, because of this, will run any Android app from the marketplace. Google is attempting to make finding video content easier while also adding the ability to personalize how you organize such content. Google TV 2.0 was released October 28, 2011 and features the Honeycomb build of Android 3.1. It's interface has undergone a significant overhaul, however it still lacks access to much of the available online content. It will interface directly with Dish Network DVRs only, allowing you to search and record to your DVR directly from the Google TV interface.