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A new Apple TV with 4K functionality might arrive by the years end, according to a report by Bloomberg.
It's no secret that Apple is late to the 4K streaming party.
The products already on the market from Invideo, Roku, Google, and Amazon Experts say Apple would need to offer content in 4K, revamp its iTunes Video Store and offer a new, competitively priced Apple TV to stay relevant in that space.
A South Korean court has approved a warrant for the arrest Jay Y. Lee the acting head of Samsung With connection in a political scandal, according to both the Associated Press and Dow Jones.
This ruling actually reverses a decision made last month where a court had rejected the request for an arrest warrant.
Finally, Google Fiber parent company, Alphabet, appears to be moving the division in a new direction.
According to Wired, the focus is shifting toward high-speed wireless technologies as the substantial cost of laying down fiber optics is proving impractical.
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