Apple TV could make ESPN another trick in its bag

Apple TV could make ESPN another trick in its bag

arstechnica.com
ESPN's network executive Sean Bratches said on Tuesday that the sports network would be interested in working with Apple to bring a version of the WatchESPN app to ESPN subscribers with the Apple TV. ESPN is the most-watched sports network in America, and a deal with the company could bring...
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No surprise there: Apple will be holding its WWDC 2013 keynote on Monday, June 10

thenextweb.com
Apple will continue its long-standing tradition this year of holding its keynote address on the first day of Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), according to All Things D. That’s right, the technology giant will take to the stage on June 10 to show delegates all of its refreshed, tweaked and brand...
No surprise there: Apple will be holding its WWDC 2013 keynote on Monday, June 10

Apple Reveals New Two-Way "Airplay" Interactivity & Hints of TV

www.patentlyapple.com
On May 23, 2013, the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that reveals Apple's next generation of "Airplay" that will be able to operation in a two-way manner that is also interactive. Apple also hints that the separate devices of an Apple TV and a...
Apple Reveals New Two-Way "Airplay" Interactivity & Hints of TV

Why Microsoft's Xbox One Won't Kick the Cable Guy Out of Your House

allthingsd.com
Like everyone else, Microsoft wants to control your living room. The problem with that plan: The cable guy already controls your living room. He’s not leaving anytime soon. So despite what you may have read yesterday, the new Xbox One isn’t TV’s future, today. If you squint at it, you...
Why Microsoft's Xbox One Won't Kick the Cable Guy Out of Your House

Microsoft Unveils Xbox One, an All-In-One Entertainment System with Revamped Kinect and Fully Integrated SmartGlass

www.macrumors.com
Microsoft today released details on its next generation console at an event hosted at its Redmond campus in Washington. Called the Xbox One, the new console is designed to be the ultimate all-in-one home entertainment system with a heavy focus on both gaming and interactive television watching. The Xbox One...
Microsoft Unveils Xbox One, an All-In-One Entertainment System with Revamped Kinect and Fully Integrated SmartGlass
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Google working on a replacement for failed Nexus Q streaming media player?

9to5google.com
An FCC filing spotted by Dutch site TabletGuide.nl (via Engadget) suggests that Google may be working on a new streaming media player to replace the Nexus Q, the device Google announced, shipped to pre-order customers free of charge and then withdrew from the market. The Nexus Q was a $300...
Google working on a replacement for failed Nexus Q streaming media player?

Speculation Of A Nexus Q Replacement Swirls After An Unannounced Google Media Streamer Hits The FCC

techcrunch.com
Google is prepping… something. An announced Google media streamer was recently found in the FCC’s testing database. Details are nearly nonexistent as most are held under a confidentiality agreement for the next 45 days. However, the documents released to the public call the device several times a “media player” and...
Speculation Of A Nexus Q Replacement Swirls After An Unannounced Google Media Streamer Hits The FCC

Apple's Plan To Reinvent TV Takes Another Step Forward As It Gets CW On Apple TV (AAPL)

www.businessinsider.com
Apple is very slowly, and we do mean very slowly, turning Apple TV into a more complete gadget. The CW announced that it's going to offer its shows ad-supported on Apple TV as an app. The shows will be available the day after they air on TV, MacRumors reports. The...
Apple's Plan To Reinvent TV Takes Another Step Forward As It Gets CW On Apple TV (AAPL)
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