Sling TV just announced it has added local live broadcasts from Univision and UniMás to its Spanish-language OTT streaming service, Sling Latino. It's a first for the company and a sign of how it might evolve next.*****
Monday, June 9, marks that time of year when Apple holds its World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC). It's more than just a gathering of programmers, though, and Apple's lengthy opening keynote kicking off the conference is when the public can get previews of products coming soon, updates on how recently-launched products are faring, and the occasional surprise announcement.*****
Apple is holding an event on Thursday at 1p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT), where it will almost certainly unveil new iPads, the release date of OS X Yosemite, and a couple other possible new products. Here's what to expect, and where you can watch it live.*****
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is the place and time to get a look at the newest products from the Cupertino tech giant, as well as hints about what's on the horizon for the closely followed gadget maker. Here's what WWDC 2014 might bring, and what's been rumored but probably isn't in the cards.*****
An environmental group found that the Sony and Microsoft's next-gen video game consoles consume large amounts of energy, even when the devices are in standby mode.*****
Apple CEO Tim Cook reported that 20 million Apple TVs have been sold so far.*****
Rumors hit the web this weekend of the possibility of a (new) set-top box from Google, this time called Android TV. But with the Google Chromecast gaining support from manufacturers and software developers, why would Google feel the need for another stab at your entertainment system?*****
Amazon joined in the smart TV race on Wednesday when it unveiled Amazon "Fire TV," a powerful streaming box that offers some features that the competition, Google, Apple, and Roku, does not. Nevertheless, at $99, is Fire TV enough to win over couch potato-tech enthusiasts?*****
Apple plans to release a redesigned version of the Apple TV this April.*****
The iWatch may not even exist, but its Apple most hyped, non iDevice product in years.*****
This week saw a couple of big rumors about Apple's future products, from wildly different places, citing anonymous sources. The two rumors this week were that Apple is planning on bringing set-top gaming to the Apple TV and the next iPhone 6 released in 2014 may be a phablet.*****
The iOS 7 jailbreak has been popular since it was released by the Evad3rs group right before the end of 2013, but many people still wonder whether a jailbreak is a risky move*****
This week is all about Apple's iPads and the new Mavericks operating system, but sources indicate that the tech giant has something else up its sleeve*****
Although the tech world seems to be in agreement that Apple will likely unveil the iPad 5 and new iPad mini during its press event tomorrow, there is still disagreement as to whether a new Apple TV will also debut.
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