I'll just say it: Google TV is sinking and taking its crew down with her. The service promised to bring new life to HDTVs when it launched last October. But it didn't. Big media made sure of it by blocking access to their online streaming, seemingly taking away Google TV's most novel feature. Without online streaming, Google TV's awesome search tool is crippled and the system is just an overpriced DLNA client and Netflix streamer. Logitech somewhat signaled the end of the platform's life today but slashing the price of the Revue unit down to $100. This comes just months after the CEO stated with its 2010 Q4 earnings that they are enthusiastic about Google TV even with just 5 million in sales during last the last holiday season. Today's price cut states loud and clear that Google TV is on its last leg and one of its launch partners are trying everything to get rid of back inventory.