bluetooth-keyboard-apple-tvYou probably know you can pair a Bluetooth keyboard with your Apple TV, but the question is: what are the best Bluetooth keyboards on the market? Not all the keyboards are the same. There is a wide verity of options out there. Each options is designed with your preferences in mind. After a long research, we believe we have compiled a list of the best options, and great choices, for every preference out there.

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I have a YouTube channel where I upload gameplay videos of the games I find interesting. But it has been a bit idle recently thanks to the dearth of good screen capturing softwares. I have been researching to find an ideal one, but most of them are directed towards Mac. As a PC user, I finally got the desired results with AirServer.

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Microsoft Xim app can now AirPlay to Apple TV

by Roshan on December 18, 2014


Microsoft Xim, launched back in October, brings a very useful concept to life – sharing photos across devices, just for viewing. Instead of a dozen friends hurling around to see the party pics on my phone or mailing the vacation photos to all my family members, I could just stream it to all of their phones at once and view them together.

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PC version of AirServer, one of the most advanced AirPlay receivers out there, just got a huge update: it’s now called AirServer Universal and it features full Miracast support.

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Thanks to the latest courtroom war between Apple and Samsung, a lot of private mails and documents shared between Steve Jobs and his top employees has be made public. iPhone for normal people, Samsung’s marketing strategy, and a Holy war with Google are some of the most discussed ones. But what is significant for us Apple TV lovers is this excerpt from a mail Jobs sent in 2010 regarding the Apple TV 2.

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Apple has always had this thing for acqui-hiring established companies for their future products and patents, rather than starting things from scratch. They did it with Siri and countless others till the recent taking over of flash storage maker Anobit in Israel.

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