TV is so stuck in the 70s that it’s on your phone, tablet, computer and video games console
Cook needs to look a bit harder
With the news this week that the iPlayer has extended its window for watching to a full month, the arrival of even more channels on Virgin Media’s streaming service and the steady roll-out of Sky’s impressive new feature set you’d be forgiven for… [Read more on TechRadar]
TV remains an area of great interest for Tim Cook and Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL ) . The company, whose Apple TV set-top box is in 20 million homes, may be looking to open up its television platform to developers a bit more in the near future.
Global Equities Research released a note on Wednesday indicating Apple is working on an App Store for Apple TV. Trip Chowdhry interviewed several… [Read more on 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]
“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]
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]
HBO Go isn’t alone anymore. Premium-cable rival Showtime gets its video-on-demand app into the “walled garden” of Apple’s TV-streaming box.
Showtime, the premium cable network known for “Dexter” and “Homeland,” has made it past Apple’s gates, with its on-demand videos of full… [Read more on C|Net]