You may have seen reports that Apple is going to launch a TV subscription service. Relax. It's not what you think it is.
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Last week, I provided an update on our cord-cutting efforts. Maybe I should have waited, as things are changing yet again.
Now, you can share your movies purchases from the biggest movie studios among any of the top digital movie services.
I couldn't be less happy with our TV situation, which is the exact opposite of what I'm trying to achieve at the new house.
There's no Google Play Movies & TV app on Apple TV. But that doesn't mean you can't play your purchased content.
Roku today announced five new streaming media players, replacing and streamlining its entire lineup of products.
Forget the new iPhones: The Apple TV 4K was the most exciting product to come out of last week's press conference.
On the eve of the Apple TV 4K launch, NVIDIA has responded with a more affordable version of its Shield TV set-top box.
The Apple TV 4K doesn't arrive until next week, but Apple is already delivering 4K and HDR content to its customers.
The best and worst of Apple was on display at yesterday's press event, a two-hour commercial for the company's new products.
With its major announcements all ruined by rumors, Apple delivered a curiously rote press event on Tuesday.
I don't normally (ever?) write about Apple leaks, but this one is a potential blockbuster.
We're currently using multiple music subscription services and speaker systems, and that has to change.
"I finally cracked it," former Apple CEO Steve Jobs infamously told his biographer, referring to his plans for digital TV. Nope.
Apple announced a slew of new products, including iOS 11, new iMac and MacBook Pros, a new iPad Pro, and a Siri-powered HomePod speaker.
Apple surprised analysts by announcing lower-than-expected iPhone sales in its quarterly financial results this week. Is this just the latest chink in the armor of a firm that was once viewed as invincible?
I spend a lot of time trying to figure out which streaming devices make the most sense. The new Apple TV, alas, continues to disappoint.
In a major push into the living room, Twitter announced today that it is launching apps on Xbox One, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV. These apps will feature live streaming video, naturally, including NFL Thursday Night Football games, and other Twitter content.
After a three week wait, Apple has finally updated its pre-release stable of upcoming OS versions, bringing iOS 10, macOS 10.12 Sierra, watchOS 3, and tvOS 10 to the Beta 2 milestone. These releases are still only available to Apple developers.
On Monday, Apple unveiled the next releases of each of its four major personal computing platforms---iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS---and unveiled a free app called Swift Playgrounds for the iPad.
Choosing a living room set top box can be trying for the Microsoft technology fan, and each of the best devices comes with its own set of pros and cons.
I have high hopes for the new Apple TV. But my first impressions are a bit mixed, as this device is still incomplete and only a minor step forward.
It's been a busy couple of days at DEVintersection in Las Vegas. But I think I can post on a more normal schedule today. Here's what else is happening.
It looks like Amazon Fire TV isn't the only set-top box that will out-perform Apple TV this Fall with 4K Ultra HD video streaming: Roku 4 is on the way too.
For all the excitement around the new iPhone 6S and iPad Pro, the new Apple TV was in fact the most momentous announcement at last week's Apple event.