The Internet video streaming service Boxee aimed square at the Apple crowd on Tuesday, launching both an iPad application and a firmware update to its own Boxee Box hardware that includes AirPlay integration as an "experimental" feature.
Stop. Look. Listen. This week's roundup of iOS accessories allows you to do all those things and more. Here are some of the accessories that have popped up on our radar recently.
The latest version of Rogue Amoeba's music utility lets you stream audio from an iOS device to your Mac. You can also send audio from iTunes to other Macs.
Want to wirelessly stream your music to speakers using Apple's AirPlay technology, but don't want to buy an expensive (and still somewhat rare) AirPlay-enabled system? Dan Frakes explains how to make your own.
DoubleTwist, an Android app, now offers support for streaming music and video to the Apple TV.
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.
Looking to show off your iOS device's AirPlay capabilities, but don't have an Apple TV or AirPort Express? AirServer lets you stream media directly to your Mac.
Five after Apple positioned the iPod Hi-Fi as a "home stereo replacement," to much criticism, B&W's Zeppelin Air really can replace a home audio system for many listeners.
Sonos brings a sort of AirPlay support to its gear. How and why to set it up.
An enterprising developer has managed to crack the codes used by Apple's AirPlay protocol, paving the way--at least in theory--for anyone to write apps compatible with the technology without the Cupertino's permission.