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Apple talking with Time Warner about video streaming, but don’t get too excited just yet

Apple talking with Time Warner about video streaming, but don’t get too excited just yet

Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt spoke at an event yesterday where he said the company was talking with Apple, Microsoft, and Samsung about live video streaming. This sounds exciting, and some of you are already thinking about an Apple television, but let’s put things in perspective. What Glenn is actually talking about is bringing live television to different devices in much the same way that Roku has a Time Warner application.

Apple Television with “iRing” motion controller rumor resurfaces

Apple Television with “iRing” motion controller rumor resurfaces

A couple of months back, Topeka Capital Markets analyst Brian White claimed that Apple will be launching a 60-inch television with a ring-like accessory to be placed on the user’s finger that would act like a motion controller. Today, White released another research note doubling down on his theory of the “iRing” motion controller for the Apple television along with iPad-like second screen accessories.

Tim Cook at D11: Apple has a “Grand Vision” for Apple Television

Tim Cook at D11: Apple has a “Grand Vision” for Apple Television

Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher are currently interviewing Apple’s CEO Tim Cook at the AllThingsD’s D11 Conference.

Shortly after asking Tim Cook about whether Apple was losing its cool factor, Kara Swisher not surprisingly asked him about the status of the rumored Apple Television. At last year’s D10 conference, Tim Cook had said that it was an “intense area of interest”.

New Apple Television concept features Siri integration, intuitive Interface and more

New Apple Television concept features Siri integration, intuitive Interface and more

A new Apple TV concept video takes a guess at how the next Apple TV or the much rumored full-blown Apple Television might look like. It takes the existing UI and adds a number of additional features to it, including Siri, Live TV and use iOS devices like iPad mini as a remote.

Foxconn reportedly gearing up to build Apple Television

Foxconn reportedly gearing up to build Apple Television

The New York Times has a lengthy feature on Foxconn’s efforts to design and manufacture its own hardware products, so that it is not dependant on companies like Apple for its revenues.

Analyst: Apple Could Launch 60-inch ‘iTV’ in Late 2013 With ‘iRing’ Motion Control and ‘mini iTV’ Auxiliary Screens

Analyst: Apple Could Launch 60-inch ‘iTV’ in Late 2013 With ‘iRing’ Motion Control and ‘mini iTV’ Auxiliary Screens

Topeka Capital analyst Brian White has published a new research note to clients in which he claims Apple will indeed launch the rumored television set, unofficially dubbed “iTV” later this year.

He has also gone on to claim that it will come with some rather unbelievable features.

Rumor: Apple Working On 4K TV For Late 2013 or Early 2014 Launch

Rumor: Apple Working On 4K TV For Late 2013 or Early 2014 Launch

After taking a back seat for sometime, it looks like the Apple Television set rumors are back.

DigiTimes reports that according to their supply chain sources, Apple is working on Ultra HD or 4K (3840×2160 resolution) television set. The ultra-high quality definition is four times as sharp as standard quality high definition.

Report: Apple May Launch iWatch This Year

Report: Apple May Launch iWatch This Year

Last month, The New York Times reported that Apple was working on an iOS-based smartwatch, a claim which was later corroborated by a number of other mainstream publications like The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg.

Apple Looking For Manager to Work On “Next Generation Features” for Apple TV

Apple Looking For Manager to Work On “Next Generation Features” for Apple TV

Although Apple calls the Apple TV a “hobby” it is an interesting product to watch, since it is indicative of the company’s future in the living room entertainment market segment. To emerge as a dominant player in this area, Apple’s looking for software engineering managers who are capable enough to lead the development of “next generation” features of the Apple TV.

Third-Party Apps May Be Finally Coming To Apple TV This Fall

Third-Party Apps May Be Finally Coming To Apple TV This Fall

Shortly after rumors of an Apple TV media event in March were debunkedTechCrunch contributor MG Siegler, based on his own sources, claims that Apple’s lining up something TV related for this fall. While he doesn’t have any specifics as to whether this would be about Apple’s long rumored full-fledged television or an SDK, he believes that third party apps would be a vital part of the equation.