Podcast 520: Coming up next on Apple TV
Glenn and Susie talk about the end of free Hulu, Apple's next steps for the Apple TV, and why we have a public beta of iOS.
Glenn and Susie could talk about TV all day, well, all week if we're allowed to mix in quotes from The Simpsons. So this week, we sink our teeth into Apple TV news. Apple's new Apple TV Remote app is pretty great, but the volume controls might not work if you aren't using HDMI-CEC. Apple still hasn't been able to close the deals for its long-rumored streaming service, and the company is reportedly pivoting to a TV Guide-like app to at least make the fragmented world of Apple TV apps a little easier to channel-surf. Speaking of apps, no more free Hulu—but is it worth paying for?
Apple Maps is the reason the iOS public beta exists by Caitlin McGarry
Playing The Long Game Inside Tim Cook's Apple by Rick Tetzeli
Apple sets up Maps development center in India by John Ribeiro
From Dropbox to iCloud Drive: An unexpected experiment by David Chartier, at Finer Things in Tech
Google Expects Different Answers From Men and Women on a Question Used to Predict Job Success by Melissa Dahl for New York Magazine's Science of Us blog
Apple announces invitation-only bug bounty program at Black Hat conference by Glenn Fleishman
Apple’s Hard-Charging Tactics Hurt TV Expansion by Shalani Ramachandran and Daisuke Wakabayashi for the Wall Street Journal
Apple TV Remote app puts a Siri Remote on your iPhone by Glenn Fleishman
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