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Another baseball season is underway, and tech-savvy fans have more ways than ever to stream high-quality video and audio at their command. Here are all the options available so that you never have to miss a single pitch.
The Apple TV has oh-so-many icons on its screen these days. Dan Moren shows you how to rearrange them and hide the ones you don't want to see.
The game: You rip movies on one Mac but want to add them to another Mac's iTunes library. Chris Breen provides an easy-does-it solution.
Apple's latest Apple TV update has done the dirty to several devices. If yours was thus affected you can put things right with a cable and copy or iTunes.
You've fired up your Apple TV and see an entry only for Photo Stream. How do you view the images in your iPhoto library? Chris Breen explains.
AirPlay is Apple’s technology for streaming audio or video over a local network. This week's Macworld video gives you a quick look at the most common AirPlay setups and how to configure and use them.
The Apple TV's included remote is easy to use but limiting, while Apple's Remote app for iOS requires that you have an expensive iOS device on hand and available. Ultimately a Bluetooth keyboard, even an inexpensive third-party model, may be the best Apple TV remote of all.
Apple's AirPlay technology lets you stream audio and video from a Mac or iOS device to AirPlay-enabled output devices. If you aren't using it yet, you should be. Here's how.
Ted Landau suffers with an Apple TV that refuses to establish a network connection. He explores options for connecting the device to his network.
You have more than one choice in a media streaming set-top box. Is the Apple TV or Roku right for you? It largely depends on where you like to get your media.
Tired of waiting while your iPhone streams video, using AirPlay, to your Apple TV? You can use the AppleTV's video-buffering feature for "instant" viewing.
With products such as the second-generation Apple TV, streaming content from your computer and over the Internet to your HDTV is easier than ever.
As the number of components in your home theater grows--you might have even picked up a few more over the holidays--you'll run into a problem. Namely, you have more HDMI-enabled products than HDMI inputs on your HDTV. An HDMI switch can help.