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Amazon releases Fire TV: should Apple be worried?

by Jeff Guilfoyle on April 4, 2014

Amazon Fire TV Amazon releases Fire TV: should Apple be worried?

Amazon has finally released their home TV set-top device, the Fire TV. With the same price and a similar form factor to the Apple TV, Amazon has joined Roku in their fight for the living room. But how does their offering stack up, and should Apple be worried?

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amazon instant video Amazon to unveil its Apple TV competitor next week

Its been a long time since Amazon started cooking its next big thing in video entertainment and after months of rumors and hiccups, they will finally shed the curtain of their very own set-top box.

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appletvair B1 New Apple TV Air concept turns Apple TV into a Chromecast like HDMI dongle

After the release of iPad Air people began re-imagining iPhones to match the “Air” aesthetics. But what about the possibility of an Apple TV Air? Well, nobody was expecting that. Curved is behind this one too, after the wirelessly rechargeable touch-enabled Apple TV remote concept and the remote slash gamepad concepts, showed off in the last couple of weeks.

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Watch Oscars live on your Apple TV

by Roshan on February 28, 2014

the oscars on apple tv Watch Oscars live on your Apple TV

I woke up this morning to the news of two major content additions to Apple TV. This has been a routine lately but the difference here is that neither of these adds a new channel icon to the home screen, but instead streams within existing apps. Thank God they do!

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apple tv 3 airplay Apple TVs constitute over half the market share of all streaming boxes

People’s love for AirPlay continues unabated as recent report by a market research outfit shows that Apple TV worldwide sales are over half of all dedicated streaming boxes. A report by Frost & Sullivan dubbed the Consumer Video Devices Market report indicates that Apple TV devices global sales account for 56.1 percent, with Roku coming in second at 21.5 percent and TiVo third with a mere 6.5 percent.

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