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A bright and shinny new set-top box from Apple

1/19/2007 09:00 PM EST
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re: A bright and shinny new set-top box from Apple
MikeLC   8/30/2010 5:33:14 PM
This will have limited success since it apparently is limited to iTunes. By opening it to support NetFlix, this would have more appeal. Also, not_ supporting iPod games is another mark against it. Still, for many folks it will be a "must buy" since it is an iSomething. :-)

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