Once known as iTV, Apple TV was officially unveiled at Macworld 2007 and arrives in February. With its built-in hard drive and 802.11n wireless streaming, this little white box finally brings together iTunes and the TV. Apple AirPort Extreme 802.11n
Amidst all the exciting phone and TV announcements that Steve Jobs made at today's Macworld keynote address was an aside that probably deserved a little more attention: the latest iteration of the AirPort Extreme base station supports the draft N standard. Apple's iTV: coming in February with a built-in hard drive?
The iTV--its final name is still pending--is Apple's take on the digital media receiver. It's a small box designed to stream your computer-based iTunes media (movies, TV shows, music, podcasts) to your big-screen TV and home theater system--basically, a networked "home iPod." A new iPod radio with a wireless twist
Meet George: he's a high-end iPod speaker system with a built-in AM/FM clock radio, and he's the debut product from Massachusetts-based Chestnut Hill Sound. But what sets George (or is it "the George?") apart from the litany of similar products is its wireless remote. Waiting for iPhone
Does anybody else think the iPhone is an elaborate hoax, an inside joke between Steve Jobs and select Silicon Valley insiders designed to test the gullibility of the tech industry? iPhone in January?
The latest iPhone rumors predict Apple will launch the elusive device in January. Also, Think Secret is reporting that Cingular will be the launch carrier and will have exclusivity for six months. The iPhone is said to offer a 3-megapixel camera, a 2.2-inch display, and, of course, a digital music player with iTunes compatibility.