Apple set to 'crack code' on TV ... for real this time

It's the unicorn of the tech world--an Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) product that transforms the television business. And according to tech analysts and investors, the Cupertino, Calif., manufacturer may finally be close to having it baked. In fact, none other than Carl Icahn himself has said "there is good reason" to suspect Apple will have a disruptive Ultra HD device on the market by 2016. The San Jose Mercury News has the story here.

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