According to White, "the 'iTV' ecosystem represents a major innovation for the $100 billion LCD TV industry that will revolutionize the TV experience forever."
After more than six months of neglect, Hulu's design team has finally started paying some attention to its Apple TV app.
Feel like being disappointed? If your answer is "no" then you probably shouldn't read about the latest awesome rumor about the Apple TV.
Rumors that Apple was working on bringing HBO's streaming video counterpart HBO Go to its Apple TV set-top box last week proved half-true today.
Rumor mill, start your engines: this obviously means that Apple is now working on an actual flat-screen Apple TV.
Rumors are now circulating that Apple is currently in negotiations with Time Warner to bring the HBO Go app to its Apple TV set-top boxes later this year. Meanwhile all the other set-top boxes are doing laps around Apple.
Apple sold over 2 million Apple TV units in Q4 2012, which is about 60 percent higher compared to sales during the same period a year ago.
I love my parents, and always do whatever I can to upgrade their technology whenever possible. But when it comes to watching television, they've made one thing abundantly clear: They're not cutting the cord.
The latest rumor to circulate around the Internet about Apple's alleged television set indicates that the company has taken another baby step by testing the product outside its offices.
In the most showy hint yet that Apple is building a television set, Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a new interview that the TV set was a relic from the past and that his company is intensely interested in changing that.
With media consumption at an all-time high for Xbox Live members, Microsoft could be planning to debut a new set-top box for streaming media.
Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster has some new predictions about the highly rumored Apple television product, which could revolutionize the TV content industry as we know it.
Do yearly sales of 5.3 million still qualify the Apple TV as a hobby. Tim Cook says yes.
For the first time in two years, Apple will stream one of its events online.
If you were one of the 12 construction workers building Apple's new "prototype" store in Palo Alto, Calif., you were working hard as the sun came up -- perhaps in order to hit an October deadline.
If cable service providers want help revolutionizing the television industry, they definitely have funny way of asking for it.
Yet another report has surface indicating that Apple won't be releasing a new Apple television device this year, and for the foreseeable future.
Editor's Pick Apple is building a new store in the heart of Silicon Valley with an extremely high-bandwidth connection to one of the Internet's major hubs.
Apple is planning hardware that could store movies on the internet and blur the line between live and on-demand video
The cable industry has been a tough nut to crack for Apple, which appears to be scaling back its TV ambitions.