There's a lot of stuff brewing over at Apple HQ right now, and the company has to turn its attention away from something.
There is new speculation that Apple's entry into the competitive TV market may include a 50-inch model.
Most will agree that one of the best things about the iPhone, iPad and other iOS devices are the wealth of apps to suit just about any need the user may have.
A new reports suggest supplies for Apple's rumored television sets will soon be underway.
Although you'll hardly ever hear anyone talk about it, Apple's only product designed to connect directly to your TV is the leader in that niche market.
All the rumors about a "smart" TV powered by Apple and envisioned by Steve Jobs, are apparently due to become reality by the end of 2012.
It's being reported that a Hulu Plus app has been primed and ready to go on Apple TV for a month, but Apple is worried that people would actually use it.
Imagine a TV that is not only seamlessly controlled by your voice but also has a sharp wit and comments on your TV habits.
It looks like Apple may be trying to do for TV sets what Google has so far only wished it could do.
A prominent industry analyst believes Cupertino’s recently unveiled iCloud heralds the advent of a high-def Apple television set.
Firemint says its Real Racing 2 HD title for Apple's iPad will offer a console-style gaming experience when iOS 5 goes live.
There's a new software update for the Apple TV which fixes a handful of stability problems for the video streaming device.
Now that Apple's TV set-top box is actually a hit, Microsoft wants to take it down. The competing software giant is reportedly working on its own device to bring Windows Media Center to the masses.
Although speculation began circulating that the newly remodeled Apple TV wouldn't be available until October, it seems the device has begun shipping out to customers who were originally told they'd receive it in September.
Digg founder Kevin Rose is once again shilling for Steve Jobs and Apple. Yes, indeed, Rose is now claiming that Club Cupertino's revamped set-top box - dubbed iTV - will change the world of television as we know it.
If the speculation is true that Apple is going to brand its next version of the Apple TV as the "iTV," then it'll have a tough time facing the British broadcaster ITV, which one news outlet says is preparing legal action against Apple if necessary.
The new version of the Apple TV, to be so trendily named the iTV, is going to try to be a lot less lame than the total flop that came out a few years ago, but with an inferior chipset inside, that might not happen.
Sony's Chairman reveals why Google, Android, and the TV are kicking it old school.