Google has not had much luck with the Google TV project, which failed to gain market traction thus far. Nevertheless, the search company is adamant to bring Google TV to international markets, reports The Telegraph, adding that the service, compatible set-top boxes and TV sets with Google TV built-in (such as Sony’s Internet TV) will become available in the country in the next six months. Daily Mail corroborated the report, adding you’ll be able to “watch material from catch-up services like the BBC iPlayer and ITV Player” on your TV set. Voice searching and remote apps for iOS and Android are also highlighted in the reports. The official announcement is expected by Eric Schmidt in a lecture at the Edinburgh Television Festival later today.

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