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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

Apple exec says no Apple HDTV any time soon

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Rumors surrounding the launch of an own-brand HDTV from Apple (AAPL) heated up earlier this year, and a number of reports suggested the device might launch as soon as the fourth quarter. A more recent report from Piper Jaffray even suggested the device is already in production. According to Pacific Crest...
Apple exec says no Apple HDTV any time soon

Two League of Legends teams are battling for $1.25 million today, here's why you should tune in

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Hello from Los Angeles*. If you are a fan of either esports or League of Legends, currently the world’s most popular video game, today is big day: the conclusion of Season 2, which will see the crowning team take home a cool $1 million. For a five man team, that’s...
Two League of Legends teams are battling for $1.25 million today, here's why you should tune in
Our Source Has Seen The Apple HDTV, Here’s What It Looks Like

Here's How Apple Is Telling Cable Companies It Will Make Apple TV Work (AAPL)

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Apple's invasion of television may not be the revolution everyone dreams of, but that doesn't mean it's not going to introduce some revolutionary new features. Jessica Vascellero and Sam Schechner at the Wall Street Journal have new details on Apple's vision for the television market. Sadly for many people, Apple's...
Here's How Apple Is Telling Cable Companies It Will Make Apple TV Work (AAPL)

Apple’s Television

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People have been talking about an Apple television for the last couple of years, but nobody knows for sure if the company will actually make one or not. I wouldn’t count Apple out of that market. I’ve long held that Apple will enter markets that it feels it can make...
Apple’s Television
Why iWatch could be better for Apple than a television: Profit!

Why You're Not Getting a "Real" Apple TV for Christmas

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Track back a few months, and you’ll find lots of assurances from professional Apple watchers that we’d see an Apple-made TV set very soon. Perhaps this fall. Now the conventional wisdom has shifted again: No TV set, and maybe very little else from Apple on the TV front, in the...
Why You're Not Getting a "Real" Apple TV for Christmas

Apple's Eddie Cue Suggests Apple Television Unlikely in Near-Term

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Fortune reports on a new analyst report published by Pacific Crest's Andy Hargreaves. The report was written after a meeting on Wednesday with Apple Peter Oppenheimer and Eddy Cue, Apple Senior Vice President for Internet services and software. Hargreaves interpretation of that meeting was that an Apple Television would be...
Apple's Eddie Cue Suggests Apple Television Unlikely in Near-Term

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"

Where is My All-in-One Connected-HDTV, Apple? [Digital Daily]

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Apple has long described its AppleTV business as “a hobby” and dismissed speculation that it’s considering an Apple-branded television. Indeed, during a February appearance at Goldman Sachs annual tech conference in San Francisco COO Tim Cook reiterated that stance. “We have no interest in the TV market,” he said....
Where is My All-in-One Connected-HDTV, Apple? [Digital Daily]

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.

The McCain Cable Bill Can Only Do So Much; Real Change Is Market-Driven

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There's a lot of buzz about Sen. John McCain's proposed Television Consumer Freedom Act (pdf and embedded below), a bill designed to encourage cable companies to unbundle the TV stations they offer, and force the networks to do the same. It also takes away the weak bargaining chip that...
The McCain Cable Bill Can Only Do So Much; Real Change Is Market-Driven

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

Apple's progress towards a $1,000 share price may yet go pear-shaped

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New iPhones and iPads have everyone excited about Apple's prospects, but pushing into China and into the TV market won't be problem-freeCould Apple become the world's first $1 trillion company? At last week's closing share price of $633, Apple is now worth a whopping $590bn, but two leading Wall Street...
Apple's progress towards a $1,000 share price may yet go pear-shaped

Why Apple Is Talking to Cable TV Companies - and Why They're Listening

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A new report places Apple in discussions with large cable operators to possibly pipe their content through Apple TV or a similar set-top device. If accurate, such an arrangement would not only raise Apple's profile in the television market, but could also greatly affect the nature of content coming to...
Why Apple Is Talking to Cable TV Companies - and Why They're Listening
Sharp technology to be used for Hon Hai iPhone panel plant, says Nikkei

Analyst talks three possible routes for future Apple TV

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A dedicated Apple TV set was a hot topic at the end of 2011, spurred mainly by comments Steve Jobs made in his official biography by Walter Isaacson. So far in 2012, news on that front has been relatively quiet, but a new note by longtime Apple TV set booster...
Analyst talks three possible routes for future Apple TV
Analyst Claims 60-Inch 'iTV' Could Launch in Late 2013 With 'iRing' Motion Control and iPad-Like Auxiliary Screens

Apple Pushing Ahead with Plans for Subscription TV Service by Christmas?

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The New York Post reports that Apple is pressing ahead with plans to launch its own streaming television service by the end of the year, despite continued resistance from content providers.For months, Apple’s point man, Eddie Cue, has been leading talks with content providers, which have largely balked at the...
Apple Pushing Ahead with Plans for Subscription TV Service by Christmas?
Poll Technica: is the TV market "Apple's game to lose"?

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

Google joins smart TV battle for the British living room

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Films, music videos and live concerts – plus the whole world wide web – in July launch for £200-£300 Android set-top boxesGoogle is making its long-expected assault on the UK television market with the launch in July of its first product – made by Sony – to let Britons surf...
Google joins smart TV battle for the British living room

Display size on Samsung Galaxy Note III could reach 6.3 inches

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Rumors circulating around the Web point to a 2013 release for the Samsung Galaxy Note III, which will purportedly feature a 6.3-inch OLED display according to The Korea Times. The news comes after the company announced it will reduce its investment in the LCD TV business, instead focusing on...
Display size on Samsung Galaxy Note III could reach 6.3 inches

Global TV shipments down again as Samsung dominates

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The TV maker owned 28.5 percent of the television market last quarter, nearly doubling LG's 15.2 percent share. [Read more]...
Global TV shipments down again as Samsung dominates

Morgan Stanley: Launching A TV Will Help Apple's Annual Revenue Explode To $400 Billion By 2015 (AAPL)

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If Apple does end up launching a television in the next two years as has been rumored, it could help Apple's annual revenue skyrocket to $400 billion by 2015, according to Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty. In a new research note, Huberty predicts that average annual U.S. household spending on...
Morgan Stanley: Launching A TV Will Help Apple's Annual Revenue Explode To $400 Billion By 2015 (AAPL)

Samsung now selling three TVs every second, helping in its bid to dominate consumer households

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Technology giant Samsung has revealed at an event in Monaco today that it now sells three television sets every second. Let that sink in for a moment. Three television sets. Every second. That works out at 180 per minute, 10,800 per hour, 259,200 per day or, roughly, 7.78 million every...
Samsung now selling three TVs every second, helping in its bid to dominate consumer households

Apple ‘iTV’ intro set for WWDC, report claims

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Rumors surrounding Apple’s entrance into the television market continue to gain steam, and a recent report suggests that Apple plans to unveil its debut HDTV next week at the annual Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco. In a note to clients on Wednesday, Jefferies & Company analyst Peter Misek...
Apple ‘iTV’ intro set for WWDC, report claims

Apple's Most Important Executives Detail Everything That Stinks About The TV Industry (AAPL)

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For over a year now, we've been waiting for an Apple television. And if the current line of reports is accurate, we might be waiting another year before it materializes. Whenever it's finally released, it will have been years in the making. Apple has been thinking about the television market...
Apple's Most Important Executives Detail Everything That Stinks About The TV Industry (AAPL)
Cook stirs the pot: Apple CEO on TV, Siri, upcoming products and more
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