BT has to be turned on on both devices. In my first try, I waited too long (looking for my iPhone). The auto-config screen timed out and I had to power cycle the Apple TV to get it back to the auto-config screen.
Looks like: * Indexing videos from multiple sources (YouTube, NetFlix, Hulu Plus, etc.). So we can search for shows outside these apps. * Ratings from multiple social sites * Genius like recommendation It would be a superb addition in Asia if they also index free (dubbed) Asian movie sites. My Asian friends love the free movies. They don't buy digital shows anyway. So I don't think it will cannibalize iTunes much.
Seems to be access security for installable widgets/plugins. Given that we already have plugin and extension APIs + implementations, is this really meaningful ? Looks like people are already working around the tech.
Need to know the specifics. The patent Samsung used to hit Apple is just a small, peripheral patent in the standards. That's why they are willing to license it out under FRAND terms.Without knowing what W3C want, and the implication to Apple, we won't be able to attach any value to your statement.Even if Apple refused, W3C still found ways to advance its standards without relying on shady, contentious SEPs. This is safer than companies trying to get their patents into SEP...