Apple reportedly fine-tuning ‘iTV,’ combining TV and the Web

“Steve Jobs’ last gadget could be on sale as soon as this summer,” Michael Shain reports for The New York Post.

“The Apple TV set — a device that promises to shake up the TV business the way the iPod and i-Phone reshaped music and cell phones — is now being targeted for a summer release, according to reports over the weekend,” Shain reports. “Speculation about what the set will do — will it be voice-activated like the latest iPhone and need no clicker? — is rampant among those who keep a close eye on the computer giant.”

Shain reports, “The newspaper Tokyo Times reported that production is expected to start in February at a factory in central Japan.”

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews readers too numerous to mention individually for the heads up.]

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