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The latest version of Apple's media device won't arrive for another four weeks. But we can still provide some answers to your burning questions about the redesigned Apple TV.
Join Jason Snell, Chris Breen, Jon Seff, and Dan Frakes as they discuss the Apple Music Event for 2010, including new iPods and the all-new Apple TV.
After Wednesday's Apple media event, we got to spend a little while in a hands-on area adjacent to the Yerba Buena theater with a few dozen members of the media, analysts, VIPs, and—most importantly—new iPods and Apple TVs. Without any further ado, here's what we spotted.
Last week I pondered what Apple might announce at today's music event. Let's see how those predictions fared.
Redesigned iPods, a new Apple TV, and a major update to iTunes highlight the changes announced by Apple during Wednesday's fall music event.
Apple's "hobby" gets a refresh concentrating on streaming video from an all-rental Apple Store, your local network, and iOS devices.
Chris Holt speculates what the rumored Apple TV might mean for gaming.
Apple's event is imminent, and rumors continue to swirl, fly, and levitate over what exactly the company will release on Wednesday. Dan Moren corrals the options and parades them for your reading pleasure.
On Monday, Roku announced that it would be reducing the prices of all three of its set-top media players up to $30. The company also plans to enable 1080p streaming on its high-end player, the HD-XR, later this year.
Apple on Wednesday announced that it would hold a special, invitation-only event on September 1 in San Francisco.
Bringing joy to users of mobile devices across the land, the New York-based streaming company announced Tuesday that it had developed an embeddable Universal Player with support for both HTML5 and Flash. In addition, those with Roku set-top boxes will be able to watch staff-selected videos from the site on a new Vimeo channel.
The brightest minds in the Mac universe once again show off their punditry prowess in a competition that forces them to weigh in on Mac current events.
A boy millionaire gets inspired by Steve Jobs, rumored legal troubles over a rumored name change, and more in today's remainders.
Seagate delivers a full-featured media streamer at an affordable price, but it's not quite as polished as the WD TV Live Plus.
Apple Stores are spreading throughout the world like one of those scary plague diagrams from Outbreak, but if there’s one Apple product that isn’t catching on like an infectious disease, it’s the Apple TV. Plus, the epidemic that is the App Store will burn out eventually, says…some guy.