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Apple unveiled its third-generation iPad and more at its San Francisco event on Wednesday.
Look out: That app accessing your photos is coming from inside your pants. Elsewhere, there's conflicting stories on audio quality in iTunes, a new Italian Apple Store shrouded in secrecy, and spine-tingling Apple event rumors.
AirParrot is a $10 utility that lets you mirror your Mac on an Apple TV with AirPlay, but a similar feature is coming in OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
On Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook was interviewed on stage at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference. Macworld transcribed Cook's comments on a number of topics.
Google is planning to enter the home entertainment market with a Google-branded wireless device that streams music within a house, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Apple maneuvers Mac sales straight down a trench, Target is bringing expanded Apple displays (no more than two meters wide) to its stores, and Samsung says Apple's TV plans are a one-in-a-million shot, kid. May the remainders for Thursday, January 12, 2012 be with you.
Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt told an audience at the Consumer Electronics Show that the future of technology will be getting electronics to work together.
With Comcast’s new AnyPlay and the Xifinity Triple Play service, you can watch live TV on your iPad.
Samsung Electronics announced a host of new gadgets at the International Consumer Electronics Show on Monday, including smart TVs with face recognition.
Lenovo on Sunday announced its first smart TV that will recognize voice commands and run Android 4.0 applications, getting a jump over Apple's rumored pursuit of TVs with advanced features.
The iPhone 4S lives to fight another day in Italy, iAd may gain new life thanks to a fresh face, and the lifelike Steve Jobs figure may never see the light of day.
Roku on Wednesday announced that it would be compressing its traditional set-top software into a thumb drive-sized Streaming Stick, to be available in the second half of 2012.
Sony said Monday it will sell off its entire stake in an LCD (liquid crystal display) manufacturing joint venture with Samsung Electronics for $934 million.