Jobs's TV would likely have been live, on-demand, cloud-based, social, long-tail, curated, and very device-friendly.
Ted Landau offers advice on how to fix an iPhone ringtone quirk
A year after the transition from founder Steve Jobs to successor Tim Cook, Apple is still thriving. But it can't coast. Here are the five questions the company must answer as it faces the years to come.
This week, we reviewed the new iPhone 5, solved all sorts of annoyances in iOS 6 and elsewhere, and covered a humble Maps apology from Apple CEO Tim Cook.
Jason Snell reviews the 1080p Apple TV, which is essentially the 720p Apple TV with support for better-looking videos.
Now that Vudu lets you extend your movie rentals for a reduced price, can Apple be far behind? Let's hope not.
The Apple of five years from now will most certainly be different from the Apple of today. But as Dan Moren suggests, it probably won’t be a future anybody can predict.
With a clock radio and a network-enabled digital frame are among the items that will propel Apple to rule the digital home by 2013, according to a report from Forrester.
In addition to renting movies on the Apple TV, users can now purchase films directly from the set-top box, which will transfer back to a computer's iTunes library.
Is your Apple TV not showing up in iTunes? Are you getting error messages when you attempt to sync your Apple TV? Ted Landau covers these troubles in the latest installment of Bugs & Fixes.