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Apple announced on Tuesday that the company is due to sell its one millionth second-generation Apple TV later this week.
Redmond once again starts its photocopiers, while Motorola insists it's breaking the mold for tablets, and Google TV goes back to the drawing table.
Dan Frakes joins host Chris Breen to talk about holiday gifts for the media lovers in your life.
Apple on Tuesday released an Apple TV software update that corrects minor playback and downloading bugs.
The online video giant can now stream a wealth of new content from Disney and ABC studios, including TV shows like Grey's Anatomy and Scrubs, as well as films like High School Musical.
The turkey and stuffing may be gone, but there's still plenty of leftovers in the tech world. Help yourself to the latest missive from Steve Jobs, another case of Apple laying the smack down, and some wishful photoshopping by Verizon.
Tivo has announced the Tivo Premiere app for iPad, which will let Tivo customers browse full-screen program guides on their iPads without interrupting playback, schedule one-time recordings and Season Pass recordings while on-the-go, and control playback with simple gestures, among other things.
Netflix on Monday raised rates for its DVD plans, and also introduced a new, cheaper streaming-only plan.
Jason Snell spend the weekend with an Apple TV running the new AirPlay-compatible software. Here's his hands-on report on how this new video-sharing technology works.
Apple will release an Apple TV 4.1 software update on Monday, enabling AirPlay as well as VoiceOver accessibility.
The Orb TV, a new entry into the video player arena, has an interesting mixture of features, but fails to perform in the end.
Video streaming site Hulu announced on Wednesday that its Hulu Plus subscription service is now available to all at a lower price and with a new hardware partner.
This modification that supports features like playing content from a USB drive and streaming from more services is almost ready for the new Apple TV.
Time was the only way you could access Netflix’s Watch Instantly feature was on a Windows PC. Now you only need to watch on a computer (Intel Macs included) if you want to. There are now many different ways to enjoy streaming Netflix content where you *really* want to see it--on your TV.
This iOS remote app for Roku's Netflix and Amazon media player gains a bunch of new features and integration, from an Instant Replay button to on-device Netflix queue browsing and full keyboard support.