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Apple and TV companies still haggling over online streaming

As well as new iPhones next month, we might be getting a new Apple TV complete with a Nintendo Wii-like remote — but negotiations over a streaming service are still stalling.

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Study: Apple TV falls to 4th place behind Roku, Google and Amazon

Likely attributed to a significantly more competitive marketplace for streaming set-top boxes, the Apple TV has slipped to fourth place behind devices like the Roku 3, Google Chromecast and Amazon Fire TV.

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The new Apple TV reportedly runs iOS 9, which could be the reason behind its delay

Apple is expected to announce a new Apple TV running iOS 9 in September after keeping mum on the new set-top box at WWDC. This full iOS core could be the reason behind the Apple TV's initial delay.

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Back to School Gear Guide: DT Daily

2015 Back To School Gear Guide2015 Back to School Gear Guide (check out that crazy Ostrich Pillow), video streaming device roundup.

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Put down the remote: Apple’s live TV streaming service isn’t coming until 2016

Apple is expected to launch a new Apple TV next month, which would be the perfect time to debut its live TV streaming service, but stalled negotiations mean that we won't see this long-awaited service launch until sometime in 2016.

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8 of the best streaming devices to watch TV your way, on your schedule

If the price of cable is bringing you down, there's a huge catalog of TV shows and movies available through streaming services from Netflix, Hulu and Amazon. Here's our list of the best TV streaming devices available today to bring them home.

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Purchased an Apple TV recently? Apple may need to replace it due to a faulty part

If you've bought a new Apple TV in the last few weeks, Apple may be in touch about replacing it due to a faulty part. The company hasn't issued a public statement about the recall, so this only seems to affect a small number of units.

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Is Apple plotting a huge event for Sept. 9?

Unofficial reports say Sept. 9 is the date that Apple has chosen to show off this year's batch of iPhones — and iPads and a brand new Apple TV are said to be arriving at the same time.


Best Buy doesn’t always wipe returned devices, so delete those ‘artful nudes’

The protection of your own data is always a good plan, and you'd hope a major retailer like Best Buy would take it seriously. Apparently not, as man who purchased a used Apple TV found it logged in to the previous owner's account.


10 tech stories you missed this week: Windows 10 and two cheap, awesome phones

It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why, we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week — just for you.


DT Daily: Mozilla boss blasts Microsoft Edge browser

Tech headlines for July 31, 2015. The maker of the rival browser Firefox is unhappy that Edge is set as the default browser in Windows 10, even on upgraded systems where Firefox or Chrome were previously the default choice. Also, it now seems likely that an…

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New Apple TV slated for September, streaming TV service will take longer

While many expected to see a new Apple TV unveiled at WWDC earlier this year, the event came and went without a reveal. Apple does have a habit of announcing new products in September, though, and a new Apple TV will likely be among them.

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Could the next Apple TV remote come with a finger print scanner?

We've already heard that the remote bundled with the next Apple TV may feature a touchpad, but it seems that Apple could be thinking much bigger, filing patents for a remote that could scan your fingerprint or even your retina.

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HBO GO vs HBO Now: which is right for you?

Now that HBO has two separate streaming services, HBO Now and HBO GO, the question is: what's the difference between the two? We break down the services and how they compare to each other.

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Waiting for WWDC 2015? Our full roundup of everything Apple may reveal

Apple announced the dates for its 2015 Worldwide Developer Conference where it will reveal the future of iOS and OS X. It may also reveal a new Apple TV with third-party apps and other surprises.