While many people are waiting for Apple to drastically revamp the television service business, analysts aren’t predicting it to happen anytime soon.
New rumors of the much-anticipated Apple-branded television set (a.k.a. iTV) have surfaced regarding launch partnerships with major telecom companies as well as the device’s user controls.
One of the largest TV app publishers you’ve never heard of, Flingo, announced today that it has raised an additional $7 million from August Capital, which will help the company bring its Social TV technology to more devices and television networks.
For those who wait to shop until the week before Christmas, comparison shopping website NexTag has released its tech gift guides, with an interesting discovery: tablets are ruling the market and pushing other forms of tech down in the ranks.
Following Apple’s lead, Sony says it’s been working on a next-generation TV.
Apple fanatics may have something new to get excited about. In addition to the iPad 2 and iPhone 5, they can now expect an Apple television, according to Piper Jaffrey analyst Gene Munster.
As we predicted, yesterday’s reveal of Logitech’s Revue box was just the beginning of a flood of Google TV news.