Apple TV and Roku Have Broken the 30 Million Mark: Is Cable Doomed? (The Motley Fool)

Earlier this month, set-top box maker Roku announced that it had sold its 10 millionth streaming player — an impressive figure to be sure, but one that had long been surpassed by rival Apple, whose own streaming box, the Apple TV, broke through the… [Read more on The Motley Fool]

La télé est morte, vive l’écran (Le Huffington Post)

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L’arrivée récente Netflix en France est le dernier avatar d’une révolution copernicienne en cours, celle du passage de la télévision à l’écran. La télé est morte, vive l’écran. Un écran multiple, connecté, doté d’une qualité vidéo croissante et… [Lire la suite sur Le Huffington Post]

Amazon Reduces Cost of Fire TV (Jbgnews)

Amazon’s Fire TV, which was released in April as a competitor to devices such as Apple TV and Roku, has been discounted on Amazon’s store, raising questions about why the price has been slashed so soon after its release. The device, which allows users to stream video and music content from services such as Netflix, Hulu and Amazon, was… [Read more on Jbgnews]

Now TV now brings Sky movies and TV to Apple TV (C|Net)

Boardwalk Empire” and “American Hustle” are among the Sky highlights available on your telly without a dish.

Now TV’s TV is now on Apple TV. You can watch Sky television and movie channels on your Apple TV from today with the debut of Now TV Entertainment Month Pass and Sky Movies Month Pass for Apple’s media streaming box.

Now TV is Sky’s online streaming service bringing Sky channels and shows to those of us who don’t… [Read more on C|Net]

Why Apple will never make an iTV (TechRadar)

Don’t hold your breath for an Apple iTV

Apple isn’t making a Smart TV – it’s too smart for that

Apple is making a TV! Apple is not making a TV. It is and it’s called iTV! It’s not and it wouldn’t be called that anyway, it is a silly name.

So goes the schizophrenic debate about whether or not Apple will ever build a television.

People have… [Read more on TechRadar]

Netflix wins carriage with Bouygues as it launches in France (Digital TV Europe)

French service provider Bouygues Telecom has broken ranks with other platform operators in the country to make Netflix available via its set-top boxes from November.

Netflix is available in France as of today, priced at €7.99 a month. In addition to the forthcoming launch on Bouygues’ Bbox platform, the service can be… [Read more on Digital TV Europe]