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Apple TV stretches Siri voice search in beta update

A developer preview of an Apple TV software update reveals new perks. Meanwhile, Twitter puts video ads on top of your feed and assembles a new troll-fighting task force.

Apple TV owners will be able to control more things with their voice -- even enter in passwords.

Watch CNET Update below to learn about the new features found in a beta version of tvOS 9.2, and when it could roll out to all users:

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There's also news on the Twittersphere, as the social network is selling video ads to sit on top of your feed. Twitter has been under close watch lately with reports that it may change the formula for the timeline, which has hard-core users distraught. The network is also often criticized for not doing enough to combat abuse and trolls. But will a new troll-fighting task force do something meaningful?

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Apple TV stretches Siri voice search in beta update