Wondering what Mountain View has available for Google TV — that half-baked content platform on merely a small number of products? Well, it isn’t disappearing, apparently, and might mix the Atlantic into Europe the coming year. Google Chairman Eric Schmidt is presently making waves in Scotland, giving Edinburgh Worldwide Television Festival participants an extremely vague summary of what generation x of Google TV may seem like. Schmidt stated the service has yet to consider off since it is presently integrated with (an extremely limited choice of) Televisions, which we do not often upgrade a lot more than a couple of times ten years. He added that additional hardware and content partners is going to be not far off, though, and did not deny that Google TV could finish on Motorola cable boxes — an apparent move, because of the company’s recent acquisition announcement. With common implementation and much more content partners, Google TV could certainly be considered a hit, however with ABC, NBC and CBS still reluctant in the future onboard, the battling service likely includes a very rocky road ahead prior to it being considered successful.