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Now that you've purchased a second generation Apple TV, what can you do with your original Apple TV? We have some suggestions.
Challenge: Encode media on energy-sucking Mac Pro. Prefer to stream to Apple TV from energy efficient Mac mini in other room. Need easy way to transfer media from Pro to mini. Here are a couple of solutions.
The arrival of the Apple TV has brought a new round of support articles from Apple for the device. Ted Landau rounds those up and touches on some other troubleshooting and hacking-related findings from Apple TV owners.
Ted Landau keeps running into a problem with his Apple TV that underscores the troubleshooting weaknesses of Apple's set-top box.
Several DVDs now include a digital copy that you can download via iTunes to watch on your iPhone, iPod, or Apple TV. But some owners of the Star Trek DVD may have problems downloading their digital copy.
With a Mac, iTunes 9, and Apple TV, and an HDTV, you can access all of your audio and video content from the couch. Here's how.
If you don't like Snow Leopard's inability to automatically open certain documents in the program that create that document, you're not alone. While there's no permanent solution in sight, this hint provides a relatively easy way to associate a document with an application.
HandBrake is a terrific tool for easily ripping DVDs but there may come times when you want to go beyond its preset settings. Here's a look beneath the surface for doing just that.
Ted Landau revisits recent Bugs & Fixes columns to see if there are updates for troubles involving the Apple TV and iPhone.
Has iTunes started unexpectedly copying several hundred files to your Apple TV when you try syncing your set-top box? It's happened to Ted Landau, so he does some digging to find out the cause.
Learn a simple trick to organize your movies into folders on your Apple TV
If Apple's not going to provide compelling Apple TV updates, maybe it's time you took matters into your own hands.
Does your Apple TV refuse to move beyond the Apple logo screen? Both sides of my brain offer a solution.