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Briefly: Apple TV now in India, ToolsOnAir updates

updated 12:10 pm EST, Tue February 19, 2013

Apple TV brought to Indian market

Although it was launched in the US nearly one year ago, the Apple TV is just now officially being launched in India. As ThinkDigit reports, the Apple TV can now be found on Apple's India website listed under the iPod section. The media stream box retails for Rs. 7900, or about $146 and competes with a number of other HD media players in the Indian market including the WD Live HD, Asus O! Play Mini and the Amkette Flash TV HD. An Apple India representative also spoke with ThinkDigit regarding the release and suggested that Apple is also looking to partner with Indian content providers in order to provide content streaming services similar to Netflix and Hulu Plus in the US.

ToolsOnAir updates just:play and just:live

ToolsOnAir has released updated versions of its just:play and just:live video playback software. New features in v1.7.1 include support for the new Mac Mini's integrated Intel HD graphics 4000, including rendering of complex real-time graphics. Support is also included for Blackmagic Designs' UltraStudio Mini Monitor Thunderbolt device. Other changes include the implementation of a new Spotlight-like help function, an improved master time sync mode, enhanced handing of the default gap playlist, and a new Superuser client option.




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