2009 was a busy year for the iPod, iTunes, and Apple TV. Here's a quick wrap-up of some of the big events of the past 12 months in the world of home entertainment.
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Apple's latest Camera Raw update adds support for six additional cameras, three from Canon and three from Nikon.
D-Link and Boxee have teamed up to develop the Boxee Box, a hardware player that runs the Boxee home media software.
Everyone's favorite free DVD-ripping application for the Mac makes some major strides forward with the 0.9.4 release.
A minor update to iPhoto '09 fixes a problem with the app's Faces feature, as well as issues with book ordering and the iPod touch.
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On Friday, Cloud Engines introduced the second generation of its Pogoplug multimedia sharing device. The Pogoplug is designed to plug into your home or small office network and let you access and share content of USB hard drives over the Internet using a standard Web browser.
On Wednesday, Apple released LED Cinema Display iSight Firmware Update 1.0, a fix for an issue with the built-in iSight camera on the LED Cinema Display not being recognized by some applications.
The man behind BlueBeat Website, which is accused of illegally selling MP3 of Beatles tunes (among other artists) says that he's only providing original creations and not infringing on copyright.
A new Website called BlueBeat has begun selling Beatles MP3 albums. The only problem? The Fab Four haven't licensed their music for download to anyone yet.
Accessory maker iLuv has released the iMM183, a $150 dual-dock alarm clock with built-in weather warning notification.
The iTunes 9.0.2 update released on Thursday adds support for the new Apple TV 3.0 software, plus a new dark Grid view background option.
Apple's latest major Apple TV update includes a new main menu interface, and support for iTunes LP and iTunes Extras content, as well as Genius Mixes.