This years Google I/O is sure making last years look like a a cheap date. The most recent session was about educating developers on how to properly build applications for the upcoming Honeycomb 3.1 update for the Google TV. Not only did they get some great information, but they got a look at how the update is shaping up.
Here is an image of the current UI, if you don’t currently have one.
Now take a look at how the new Honeycomb 3.1 update changes everything.
Judging from the screenshot above, looks like widgets are going to be available, the Android market of course, and a much more user friendly Android looking navigation. A large section above the widget in the photo should allow for notifications of updates to your apps and other things. Lets not forget the ability that Honeycomb 3.1 is bringing too, USB support. Which the Logitech Revue does have located on the back. This should enable you to, in the future, use gamepads or other devices that get built just for this purpose.
On a side note, they also announced the release of the Google TV remote source code. You can find it at code.google.com. Which now means it is open source and available for you amazing devs to tinker with it and make it awesome.