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