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Piper Jaffray senior research analyst Gene Munster is convinced Apple is going to turn the Apple TV into a DVR and sell an Apple-branded TV. Here's why he's wrong.
An update to this media center add-on for the Apple TV brings an official app for Last.fm, CBS's popular music social network and discovery service.
The reason you won't find Warner Bros. TV shows on the Apple TV? It's an idealistic stance. (Of course, that idealism is fueled by money.) Then there's a journalism student who has a bone to pick with Steve Jobs and Microsoft says it's next project will be even huger than the iPad.
Boxee announced on Monday that the D-Link Boxee Box set-top box is now available for pre-order, arriving in November at a cost of $200.
Lex Friedman explains what's wrong with the new Apple TV, and Jonathan Seff responds.
Justin Bieber may be capable of single-handedly bringing down Twitter, but Mark Hurd only wishes he had that problem. Meanwhile, Eminem’s downloading money by the fistful and Google’s getting ready to switch on its TV service.
Computerworld's Ryan Faas takes a closer look at a pair of announcements from last week's Apple event -- Apple TV and iTunes' Ping feature.
The man's keeping the Apple TV down, and this case that man isn't Steve Jobs. Nothing can defeat the iPod touch, and the Macalope's not breaking a sweat over reports of the Mac's lost market share.
If you missed the live stream of Apple's event where new iPods and an updated Apple TV were unveiled, you can catch up now.
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.