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Sony Looks to Trump Apple in Race for Next-Gen TV, CEO Says

Apple hasn't announced a next-gen TV plan, but that hasn't stopped Sony from promising to trump Apple's TV efforts.

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Tech Giants Battle to Control Your Living Room

Companies like Amazon, Google, Hulu, and Netflix are engaged in a high-stakes battle to lock up movies and TV shows that will convince you to commit to their entertainment services.

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Is Google Your Next Cable TV Provider?

The search giant reportedly is in talks to provide cable TV service to parts of Kansas. Is this Google's first step on the road to replacing cable service in the United States?

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CBS Said No To Apple TV Streaming, CEO Says

CBS CEO Les Moonves' remarks seem to confirm Apple's efforts to introduce a new monthly subscription service for streaming network television programming.

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Google TV Hardware Makeover Would Nicely Complement Software Upgrade

The Internet search leader plans to announce new devices from multiple hardware partners in the coming months, and here's a good start: Ditch the keyboards that come with today's Google TV devices.

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Apple's Siri-Enabled TV: 4 Problems

Jobs said he'd "cracked it" but has Apple really dealt with all the issues of connectivity, content partners, and technology to score with Apple TV?

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Apple TV Set was Jobs' Last Tech Frontier

Jobs wanted to change TV sets as he had for computers, music players, and phones: make them simple and elegant, biographer says.

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iOS 5 Update: Top Headaches and How to Fix Them

Here's a look at the top four problems users have been running into when trying to upgrade, along with the best available solutions.

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Split-Screen TV Gaming Comes to iOS 5

Analysis: Apple zaps the Wii U, extending Airplay to any third-party app and enabling iPhones and iPads to serve as wireless game controllers for Apple TV.

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Apple TV Set Has "Got To Happen," Former Exec Says

An Apple TV could provide the missing link between the computer and the living room -- and show up Google, to boot.

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