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  • It's safe to say that if Apple were going to advertise a job listing to work on generic product types, it would use the term set-top box or something similar to describe Apple TV in its current incarnation, since "TV" in any other context refers to a display, not a box.


  • The new AP2337 from Diodes Incorporated is well-suited for use in not only traditional computing devices such as desktops, servers, laptops, monitors and network routers, but also in home entertainment equipment such as high-definition set-top boxes and flat-screen HDTVs.

  • • Popcorn Hour is launching a set-top box that supports Blu-ray ... oh, and every video format.

    Boing Boing

  • This time, Mr. Chambers noted that some of the difficulties he highlighted in November had persisted, such as declining sales of cable set-top boxes.

    Cisco Posts Lower Profit

  • YouView set-top boxes will be available for a one-off payment of up to £ 200 but may also be offered at special rates as part of broadband bundles.

    U.K. Internet-TV Venture Delays Launch

  • The company won't release how many customers it has, but it is adding its service to Android tablets, smartphones and TV set-top boxes.

    The Master of Online Mayhem

  • Mr. Chambers said Cisco's revenue from cable set-top boxes fell 29%, offset somewhat by an increase in its smaller Internet set-top box business.

    Cisco Posts Lower Profit

  • Cablevision Chief Operating Officer Tom Rutledge said in a press release the new app provides customers "the additional flexibility and convenience of watching television throughout the home, in places where set-top boxes might not be ideal or even practical, like the kitchen, bathroom or work room."

    Cablevision Unveils iPad Software

  • The button will also be on remote controls for the Boxee, Iomega and Roku set-top boxes, Netflix said in a release.

    CES: Netflix reaches for remote in battle for Internet TV eyeballs

  • Cablevision wanted to offer a DVR system whereby viewers could use DVR technology from a server provided by them instead of a separate set-top box.

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