Reports that Apple will manufacture and sell a TV set will not die. The latest comes from Tokyo-based Masahiko Ishino, an analyst at Advanced Research Japan Co., who says he expects Apple to start selling ultra-HD TV sets in late 2014.
Amazon Instant Video customers who own an Apple TV just got an easier way to watch online TV shows and movies they buy through the online retailer on their TV sets.
Those expecting Apple to introduce a new version or update the software of its Apple TV advice were left wanting Tuesday after the company's fall event.
Aereo, the online streaming service that delivers local TV stations in some markets, will introduce an app for Android devices in September, the International Business Times reported.
Apple's streaming video device, the Apple TV, added apps from Disney, The Weather Channel, the Smithsonian and Vevo this week.
Life is continuing apace at Hulu even as two of the company's three owners--Walt Disney Co. and News Corp.--mull its future.The company has introduced a redesign for Apple TV, and Andy Forssell, current senior vice president of content, has been named acting CEO.
Intel is ready to step outside of the box--literally and figuratively--with a new consumer electronics product and an Internet TV offering it hopes will reshape the online video delivery business, the chipmaker confirmed at the AllThingsDigital Dive into Media conference Tuesday.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said he thinks the global smartphone market will continue to grow significantly over the next few years and that Apple's iPhone business will benefit from that. However, Cook did not directly address whether Apple will introduce a cheaper iPhone for emerging markets, but he said the company will continue to make great products and that "The only thing we'll never do is make a crappy product."
According to an FCC filing published Jan. 29, Apple may soon release an updated version of the Apple TV.
Buried amid Apple's i-centric fourth quarter earnings results--as in iPod, iPhone and iPad--was a mention of something that is becoming perhaps a little more than a "hobby" but less than a full-on assault for the Silicon Valley company.