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Apple TV expected to support Bluetooth keyboards in upcoming update

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The tiny Apple TV is a nice little streaming device. But while its user interface is better than most, its usability suffers when you're stuck pecking out search queries or network passwords using an onscreen keyboard. Apple apparently plans to rectify this problem (to be fair, a problem with...
Apple TV expected to support Bluetooth keyboards in upcoming update
No HDTV from Apple in 2013, according to new report

Here Are All Of Apple's Upcoming Product Changes Tim Cook Hinted At Last Night

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Tim Cook didn't end up announcing any new products at All Things D's big tech conference last night (no surprise there), but the Apple CEO did offer some big clues about a few new products and updates Apple has coming up - as well as a few that the company...
Here Are All Of Apple's Upcoming Product Changes Tim Cook Hinted At Last Night
Tim Cook hints that an Apple television will change the living room

Apple's Tim Cook takes TV project from hobby to "intense area of interest," says the industry is 20 to 30 years behind

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Apple CEO Tim Cook’s much hyped NBC interview is set to air tonight at 10PM EST, but we are already learning much of what will be discussed during the conversation that took place in, among other places, Apple’s Grand Central retail store location in New York. Earlier today a...
Apple's Tim Cook takes TV project from hobby to "intense area of interest," says the industry is 20 to 30 years behind

Tim Cook at D10: Dodges Questions about TV, Area of "Intense Interest"

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At this year's All Things D conference, Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher asked Apple CEO Tim Cook about the Apple TV and the company's interest in making a full fledged television set. Rumors of such a product have been persistent but with increasing frequency over the past few years....
Tim Cook at D10: Dodges Questions about TV, Area of "Intense Interest"
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HBO Go on Apple TV? It could arrive this year

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Two years after arriving in iOS devices, HBO may be coming to Apple TV. Apple is said to be in talks with Time Warner to bring its HBO Go app to its set-top box, according to a report from Bloomberg on Thursday. It could arrive by sometime around the middle...
HBO Go on Apple TV? It could arrive this year

Tim Cook Just Dropped His Biggest Hint Yet That Apple Is Making A TV (AAPL)

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The biggest question surrounding Apple these days is what product category it will tackle next.  Most think that's a television set.  Apparently, Tim Cook thinks so too. In an interview with NBC, Brian Williams asked Cook what the next big thing from Apple would be. Here's Cook's answer: When I...
Tim Cook Just Dropped His Biggest Hint Yet That Apple Is Making A TV (AAPL)

Designs reportedly in the works for Apple-created TV, but in "early stages"

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On Wednesday, the Wall Street Journal dumped more fuel on the TV fire by claiming Apple is currently testing multiple designs for TV sets with its Asian suppliers. Though Apple has also reportedly been in talks with cable TV operators to deliver live TV on demand to a set-top...
Designs reportedly in the works for Apple-created TV, but in "early stages"

Does Apple's Tim Cook Want an Apple Television?

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In an interview with NBC, the chief executive of Apple, Timothy D. Cook, said the television was "an area of intense interest" for the company. Apple has been trying to make its way into the living room since 2006, when it announced the Apple TV set-top box....
Does Apple's Tim Cook Want an Apple Television?

China Telecom To Get iPhone In March

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Apple may have seen $13 billion in sales in China last year, but apparently those numbers could have been higher if they’d had a bit more faith. The iPhone sold in huge quantities in the markets served by China Unicom, which since October of 2009 has been the only carrier...
China Telecom To Get iPhone In March

You Know What Else Started Out Like Apple TV? The iPod.

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Apple TV isn’t just a hobby any more. For years, Apple defined the device that way, resisting suggestions that television was the next market it planned to disrupt. But as company co-founder Steve Jobs said at our D5 conference in 2007, another Apple creation had similar humble beginnings and went...
You Know What Else Started Out Like Apple TV? The iPod.

Apple snags a television expert from LG Display

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Apple CEO Tim Cook likes to talk about his company’s plans for Apple TV as “pulling the string to see where it leads them.” It seems it may have led them to hire an expert in flat panel televisions. In a report this week, industry group the OLED Association noted that...
Apple snags a television expert from LG Display
90 Seconds on The Verge: Apple CEO Tim Cook, T-Mobile, and Star Trek Into Darkness

Apple TV set - an enduring fantasy?

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Rumours continue over CEO Tim Cook's phrase 'an area of intense interest', but an Apple TV set still seems unlikelyWe all want TV done right, free of the Soviet era set-top box, UI and opaque contracts. We imagine Apple will put all the pieces together. But what's desirable and "obvious"...
Apple TV set - an enduring fantasy?

Taiwanese pop star whips up a frenzy after posting images of his 'iPhone 5′ to China's Twitter

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Android may be dominating the Chinese smartphone market, but that doesn’t mean that China isn’t excited about Apple’s next iPhone. In just a few hours, a Taiwanese pop star has attracted over 100,000 comments and reposts on his Sina Weibo microblog with a post containing suspicious-looking photos of a so-called...
Taiwanese pop star whips up a frenzy after posting images of his 'iPhone 5′ to China's Twitter
In Case You Thought The World's Intense Interest In Marissa Mayer Was Fading...
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The Vergecast 032 - 06.01.2012
Apple TV 'is an area of intense interest for us,' says Tim Cook

How Apple Decides What Products To Make (AAPL)

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Since 2001, Apple has been on a hot streak that will probably never been seen again. The iPod, the iPhone, MacBook Air, and the iPad are industry defining products that changed the world, and made billions of dollars for Apple. The seeming ease with which they flowed out of...
How Apple Decides What Products To Make (AAPL)

No Apple television yet, but Apple is testing them out

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Don’t freak out, but Apple is testing out television prototypes. The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that Apple is working with several of its manufacturing partners in Asia, testing different models of a high-resolution television sets. Two of the suppliers in question are said to be Foxconn and Sharp —...
No Apple television yet, but Apple is testing them out
Survey reveals 47% of U.S. households are interested in an HDTV from Apple

Valve co-founder Gabe Newell says Apple is the biggest threat to Steam Box

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Gabe Newell, the co-founder of gaming company Valve, has revealed that he views Apple, rather than traditional gaming consoles, as the biggest competitive threat to the Steam Box and other PC-based entertainment solutions looking to enter the living room, according to Polygon. Newell made the remarks during a lecture at...
Valve co-founder Gabe Newell says Apple is the biggest threat to Steam Box

Engadget Podcast 296 - 06.01.2012

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The Engadget Podcasters are doubling down on tech talk this week, filling the empty shelves of your patent office with news you can use about the hottest cloud- and hard drive-based operating systems released this week. The jock from That 70's Show also gets more than his fair share...
Engadget Podcast 296 - 06.01.2012
Tim Cook says Apple is working to revolutionize TV
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Cook stirs the pot: Apple CEO on TV, Siri, upcoming products and more
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