Happy Monday from the Macworld news desk.
Apple's set-top box now gives users live access to programming from two major U.S. networks, as well as a couple of content providers in specific countries.
Apple released an iTunes update that allow access to online iTunes Extras; a recent Apple TV software update also enables them on the big screen.
At its I/O developer conference, Google announced a slew of new products and technologies. But these five are targeted most directly at Apple.
Chris Breen is joined by Dans Frakes and Moren to talk about the ubiquity of Dropbox, the next Apple TV, and Lightning-struck headphones.
Apple's rolled out more channels on the Apple TV, Angela Ahrendts posts to Linked In, and more.
Your Apple TV has a digital audio output and your powered speakers bear an analog audio input. How do you make the two see eye-to-eye? Chris Breen explains.
HomeKit--a set of tools for controlling your home's devices from your iOS device--looks promising. But what about control from a remote location? Chris Breen has some thoughts.
Re/Code reports that Apple won't unveil a new wearable or set-top box at June's developer conference, Angela Ahrendts starts work at Apple, and Apple may be hiring a guy who's an expert at reading your pulse in your ears.
Beamer makes it easy to stream any video from your Mac to your Apple TV, even if you've got an older Mac or a video format iTunes can't handle.