Aerial is a Windows screen saver based on the new Apple TV screen saver that displays the aerial movies Apple shot over New York, San Francisco, Hawaii, China, etc.
LG V10: A solid contender distracted with gimmicks
Coin 2.0: More of a conversation piece than your credit card replacement
Is Steve Ballmer the unsung hero of Microsoft's resurgence?
Microsoft launches 'Release Preview' ring for Insiders
Windows 10 build 10586.104 and changelog history site rolls out
windows 10 update
The company's latest ad shows that despite being hampered on the live TV front, Apple is continuing to push its TV device with the hope that apps will be the future of television.
The BBC has announced that their catchup service will be available on Apple's latest home cinema device. The new Apple TV was the only prominent set-top box to still not include BBC's iPlayer.
Plans for the rumored subscription service for the Apple TV have been put on hold according to two independent reports. The media companies seem to not be on board with Apple's pricing strategy.
Apple have begun taking orders for their new Apple TV refresh, the first in over two years. Devices are expected to ship to customers before the week is over. Pricing starts at $149.
Apple has banned iFixit's developer account which consequently also removes its app from the store, citing that the team prematurely tore down the new Apple TV, violating certain terms and conditions.
Amazon has announced that come October 29th, the company and third-party sellers will no longer be able to sell streaming devices that do not support Amazon Prime Video.
From another OnePlus apology and Lollipop's slow progress, to spectacular displays, Android ransomware, and Cortana's Cyanogen coziness, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Popular media delivery platform Plex, is making it's way to the new Apple TV. The new developer SDK will allow developers to create a range of new apps and games for the device.
Siri is a big part of the new Apple TV box, but the voice assistant will only be available in eight markets - all other countries get an 'onscreen search app' and a different version of the remote.
Apple has finally announced its new TV box. Currently devoid of the company's own streaming service, it aims to attract developers with new SDKs, the App Store, integration with Siri and a new remote.
What is Apple announcing at its event today? How can I watch? And what time does it start in my part of the world? Find out more in our roundup of info on Apple's Fall product launch event.
Apple is rumoured to begin augmented reality efforts as it recruits a former lead engineer from Microsoft's HoloLens team. Will we be seeing the future of Apple's intentions soon?
New Apple products are expected soon and that includes a new generation of Apple TV devices. Aside from processor upgrades, one big feature could sell this platform to casual gamers.
Apple has sent out invites for its next major product announcement, to be held on September 9 in San Francisco, at which it's expected to announce its new iPhones and Apple TV.
Two carriers have confirmed the date on which Apple's new iPhones will go on sale - and it lines up with a recent report stating that the company will unveil the new handsets on September 9.
From blind iDroid love and Holo promises, to building Bridges, Microsoft's parental bliss, a new Galaxy that sounds old, and OnePlus 2 = success, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Apple hasn't sent out the invitations yet, but it's believed to be preparing for an event on September 9, at which it will unveil its latest iPhones and the new Apple TV, and possibly some new iPads.
The next-gen Apple TV box will reportedly be unveiled alongside the new iPhones in September, bringing a redesigned remote with touchpad, faster A8 processor, Siri support, a new App Store, and more.
Nominees for the MTV Video Music Awards should have been announced on Beats 1 today. Instead, the radio station is down, along with Apple Music, iTunes, the App Store, Apple TV and other key services.
From an affordable iBall and EE's big data freebie, to ad-blocking on Android, Rockstar's bash at the Beeb, and more NSA naughtiness, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
It looks like all those rumours of an Apple-branded TV were right. Unfortunately, the company decided to shelves plans for such a device 'more than a year ago' according to a new report.
The next version of Apple TV is expected to launch this summer with improved specs, a dedicated App Store and Siri voice interactions, as well as a redesigned remote featuring touchpad controls.
Google is implementing an API change that will soon block YouTube streaming on older devices such as Google TVs, games consoles, Smart TVs, and all Apple devices not running iOS 7 and above.
Although Apple unveiled that it would be the first to carry HBO on Apple TV, it looks like Sling TV will also carry the service, just in time for the new season of "Game of Thrones".
From a new Office and lots of Lollipop, to Nintendo's next play, Spartan insights, printed body organs, British Bands, and ANOTHER low-cost Lumia, it's our regular summary of the week's top tech news.
Apple will reportedly launch its new TV set-top box at the Worldwide Developer Conference in June, introducing a new App Store and developer SDK, along with Siri and HomeKit home automation support.
Rumors have been flying recently that Apple is in talks with cable companies about a new TV service and a report today states that Cupertino is wooing them with extensive user data to target ads.
A new report claims that Apple is looking to launch a new web TV subscription service with big name partners from the industry. It's supposed to be unveiled later this summer and launch in September.
Apple's "Spring Forward" event showed of more Apple Watch features, including price and availability, dropped the Apple TV price to $69 and showed off an all-new 12-inch MacBook.
Apple has lowered the price of its Apple TV and has also created a lucrative partnership with HBO. Starting in April, those with an Apple TV will be able enjoy HBO's vast content library.
Apple is rumored to be working on an iTunes-branded subscription music service, but it's also said to be developing a new web TV service, offering "bundles of programming" directly to its customers.
Google's Chromecast is climbing up in the streaming world and has now become the second most used media streaming device in the US, though it's still behind Roku's device which holds first place.
Alongside the release of iTunes 11.3, Apple has branched the iTunes Extras feature out to the Apple TV. It will also be available for iOS devices when iOS 8 launches later on this year.
Eddy Cue, SVP at Apple said publicly he believes the upcoming products are the best the company's had in 25 years. Some of these new products are expected to be unveiled next week at WWDC.
During Apples's iTunes Festival at SXSW, Apple TV users were interuppted by a new "live show" notification feature which is set to debut on a larger scale later this year.
Apple is reportedly working on a new set-top box, possibly as part of its Apple TV line, that will support games. The product would reportedly launch in March or earlier.
Apple CEO Tim Cook sent out a memo to company employees this morning that mostly looked back at Apple's accomplishments for 2013 but also hinted at "big plans for 2014".
Analyst Masahiko Ishino claims Samsung will produce graphic processing units for Apple's rumoured 65-inch TV's. LG and Corning are also expected to supply crystal liquid displays and Gorilla Glass.
Apple released version 6.0 of its Apple TV software on Friday, but the company has now quickly pulled the update after some users stated that it bricked their set top box.
Apple is now expected to update the software of its Apple TV, with a hardware refresh not on the cards for next week's media event according to reports.
Details about a new Apple power supply tipped to be used in a new product line have been revealed online. Could it be for future notebooks, a larger iPad, or an Apple TV set?
Amazon is rumored to be developing some kind of TV set-top box for a launch later this fall, which if true will join an already crowded field of similar hardware products.
Apple CEO Tim Cook claimed during his regular quarterly conference call with analysts the company has " a lot more surprises in the works" that will be announced and launched this fall and into 2014.
An anonymous software developer has revealed details about the upcoming Xbox, claiming it will run Windows 8 and won't be 'always-on' - but the veracity of the information remains questionable.
Valve founder Gabe Newell said this week that the biggest threat to the company's plans to launch a PC-based "Steam Box" console isn't from Microsoft, Sony or Nintendo but from Apple.
A report by the Wall Street Journal claims Apple, is currently testing designs for a high definition TV. Apple's real test though, will be to get deals from important content providers.
Apple CEO Tim Cook gives a pretty strong hint that the company is indeed working on a new television-related product in an interview, saying that TV is "an area of intense interest" for Apple.
The launch of Apple's new integrated television is "imminent", according to analysts Jefferies & Company - who made similar claims a year ago, and again three months ago.
The iOS 6 beta has been long awaited and whilst the beta will happen tomorrow, we've managed to get a hold of the download links. However, these links are not active at this time.