How the Apple TV can compete with the Xbox One

How the Apple TV can compete with the Xbox One

gigaom.com
Microsoft impressed me when it unveiled the Xbox One earlier this week. I can’t imagine a future where we won’t be talking and gesturing to our TVs while visiting with grandma on a video call and playing a game at the same time. Throughout the presentation, I was thinking, I wish...
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