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Apple TV 4 may arrive on September 10th

Published on September 4, 2013 by

Is Apple planning on releasing Apple TV 4 next week? The company sent out invitations today for a special media event for next week on September 10th. The invitations went out to certain members of the press and reads, “This should brighten everyone’s day”.     There’s no question that the focus of the event

 
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Apple devices that support 802.11ac

Published on September 3, 2013 by

With 802.11ac Wi-Fi you can get up to 3 times faster Wi-Fi and a stronger, clearer signal. The technology is still relativity new and all of Apple’s products do not currently support it. First, you need a wireless router or network device that is capable of delivering 802.11ac. There are many third-party routers that support

 
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Apple TV now has Vevo, Weather Channel, Smithsonian & Disney apps

Published on August 28, 2013 by

As expected Vevo has arrived for Apple TV users, but surprisingly it came along with four other apps as well. This morning Apple rolled out an automatic update for Apple TV that included the Weather Channel, Smithsonian Channel, Disney Channel, Disney XD and Vevo. To use the Disney apps you must already have a cable

 
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Vevo App Coming to Apple TV

Published on August 25, 2013 by

Just last week the Vevo app for iOS added full AirPlay support and now Bloomberg is reporting that a Vevo app will be on Apple TV itself very soon. This comes as Apple is stepping up their plans to bring more content to Apple TV. The company is also rumored to working with Time Warner

 
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Windows 8 is?

Published on August 23, 2013 by

Windows is terrible, horrible, a disaster, a failure, it’s awful and a piece of crap. That’s what many people are saying online and that’s the suggested search results when you Google “Windows 8 is”. To be fair, there’s also “Windows is awesome” and “Windows is great” in the search suggestions as well. Microsoft’s own search

 
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How to Remove and Rearrange Apple TV Apps

Published on August 17, 2013 by

Now that Apple is adding more third-party content to Apple TV, you may find that some of them you won’t use and removing them will reduce clutter. For instance, with the Apple TV 5.3 update Apple added HBO GO, ESPN, Sky News, Qello, and Crunchyroll to Apple TV. Here’s how you can easily hide third-party

 
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Apple buys Matcha app to improve Apple TV

Published on August 17, 2013 by

According to AllThingsD, Apple has confirmed an acquisition of Matcha, an online media discovery app for iOS. The app disappeared from Apple’s App Store in May of this year without any explanation from the company. Now, it appears it was removed due to the acquisition. First reports estimated the company was acquired for $1 –

 
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iPad 5 Event Coming in the Next Few Weeks?

Published on June 17, 2013 by

WWDC 2013 has come and gone with almost no mention of iPads or Apple TV. We didn’t expect new hardware, but surprisingly Apple barely discussed software for either Apple TV or iPads. In fact, they only released beta versions of iOS 7 for iPhones and iPod touches. The company indicated that iOS 7 beta software

 
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