Apple said to acquire Matcha.tv

Every so often, Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) reveals another clue about its TV ambitions. Its Apple TV device sells well, but industry observers expect the company has set its sights much higher. Reports that Apple recently acquired second-screen app maker Matcha.tv for a price that could be as low as $1 million are sure to fuel conjecture about what's coming next from Cupertino, Calif. Read more

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