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Now You Can Watch and Record Live TV With Plex
Plex Live TV works with your cable subscription or rabbit ears, and can help you find shows based on what you've already got in your collection.



Vevo Updates Apple TV App With Slick New Look
Picture-in-picture animations lead the way to exclusive original content.



Report: Apple TV to Get Amazon Video App
Apple is expected to announce the availability of an Amazon video app for tvOS at next month's WWDC.



Smart Features Return to Vizio TV Sets
After experimenting with moving all smart TV features to its SmartCast apps last year, Vizio is returning them to the TV.



Amazon, NASA to Host First 4K Live Stream From Space
NASA astronauts will chat with executives from Amazon and Hollywood about the future of science and entertainment.



Apple Replacing PowerVR With In-House GPU
It means future Apple devices will no longer user PowerVR GPUs, ending a long relationship with Imagination Technologies.



Sleek Caavo Device Wants to Help You Find Something to Watch
Up to eight media devices connect to Caavo, which connects to your TV for one-stop access.



Apple Poaches Amazon Exec to Bolster Apple TV
Timothy Twerdahl, who previously worked on the Fire TV, will be in charge of Apple TV product marketing.






Nvidia Shield TV (2017)
The new Shield TV is basically the same Android TV media streamer-microconsole hybrid as the original, but with a few new tricks. More than a year of software enhancements from Nvidia don't hurt either.