Apple TV could have been the ultimate set-top box if only Apple's engineers equipped it with DVR capabilities and cable input so we could also watch and record live television. TiVo's new software for Apple TV, Fire TV and Roku should help fix that, to a certain extent.
Japanese consumer electronics giant Sony at CES 2019 yesterday announced new 4K and 8K television sets that feature built-in support for Apple's AirPlay 2 media streaming technology and HomeKit, which is the company's platform for the connected home.
Chinese consumer electronics vendor Xiaomi doesn't shy away from copying Apple's design style and their latest AirPods rival, called Mi AirDots Pro, is no exception.
Already Samsung and Vizio have confirmed that AirPlay 2 and HomeKit are coming to their Smart TV sets and now LG has become a third major television manufacturer to announce support for these technologies, conveniently ahead of Apple's apparent Hollywood push.
Vizio today announced that select models of its Smart TV sets will soon pick up support for Apple's HomeKit platform for the connected home and the AirPlay 2 media-streaming protocol.
Accessory maker Mophie today announced a new line of battery cases for iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR which will be available to purchase in the first quarter of this year.
An unexpected news came Sunday from Samsung Electronics ahead of CES 2019 as the South Korean conglomerate announced that its Smart TV sets will soon pick up support for Apple's AirPlay 2 media streaming technology, as well as a new iTunes Movies and TV Shows app.