Chino, Calif. - Sungale has
introduced its Cloud TV Box, a smart-TV box designed to deliver Cloud TV and
web content to TV screens.
The set-top box enables users to stream video content from
websites and RSS feeds from such TV broadcasters as CNN, ABC, CBS, FOX and PBS.
The supply of the RSS
content is processed on Sungale's Cloud database on an Internet server, which
users tap into through the Cloud TV device.
The Cloud TV Box also
offers access to such social networks as Facebook and Twitter, video calling
via Skype, and news service from MSN. It also allows checking email.
To simplify content searches, the Cloud TV Box offers search tools
that comb the web for a wide range of topics and sources.
Family-oriented gaming and education apps are also available for
parents to download to help children learn while having fun.
Gaming commands are manipulated using common IR remote controls,
or by a wireless keyboard, mouse or gesture RC.
Viewers can also use iPhones, Android phones, and other smartphones
and devices to access content for the Cloud TV Box.
The Cloud TV Box will debut at International CES and will be
available in March at a price to be announced.