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Jobs's TV would likely have been live, on-demand, cloud-based, social, long-tail, curated, and very device-friendly.
The e-book deal gets approved, while the Apple TV has a weird relationship with e-books. And Apple's newest execs get some serious compensation on the books.
CBS doesn't want to help Apple build a business on the back of its content, a Russian carrier doesn't want to submit to Apple's autocratic demands, and Mountain Lion apparently doesn't want MacBook users to get their full battery life.
Apple quietly added support for Hulu Plus to the Apple TV on Tuesday, bringing the TV- and movie-watching service to paid subscribers.
CNet chronicles Netflix's near-death experience, The Daily may be on death's door, and one notable individual things many patents should die off.
Google on Wednesday announced the Nexus Q streaming device, which will streaming movies and music from the cloud and will compete with direct Apple TV.
Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off next Monday. Senior editor Dan Moren and staff writer Lex Friedman run down what it and isn't likely to get announced during the keynote.
While the world waits for an Apple-built television set, it's a device that's already here -- the Apple TV -- that's defining the role the TV set plays in the cloud experience for connected consumers. Michael Gartenberg explains.
The Apple TV may get a software makeover at WWDC, Apple's decided it's in the mood for Italian, and Tim Cook in living color.
Gizmodo's "beyond the grave" shtick is beyond the pale.
TiVo on Monday announced TiVo Stream, which will allow TiVo user to stream content to iOS devices.
Foxconn's CEO didn't say what you think he said, the Supremes shut down Psystar, and more states pile on Apple in the ebook price-fixing case.
Macworld wants to make your life better. To that end, then, here are a few links to stories we ran this past week that might just simplify or otherwise improve your life.
Apple on Thursday released a minor update to the software for second- and third-generation Apple TVs, with one enhancement and a number of bug fixes.
Apple gets ready to play let's-make-a-deal with Hollywood, knocks off an Android app, and gets sued for being too smart.