If you have movies or TV shows on DVD, it's a good idea to get them onto your computer. This serves two purposes -- it will preserve them, and allow you to watch them on more of your devices including smartphones and tablets. To do this, you'll just need a computer with an optical drive (most newer computers will take DVDs), and the software to rip and encode them. Here's how to do it:
Tim Cook has been giving interviews lately, but the question is - why? According to analysts, Apple's profit is poised to fall for the first time in nine years, with a recent 20% drop in their stock. That could be one reason for Apple offering up these interviews.
Cook also had some interesting things to say about future products from the company, including an Apple television.
Every TV nowadays will have an ethernet connection and will be a so-called "Smart" TV with apps and such. In most cases they are just not easy to use, they're slow and even can be a nuisance at times. It's better to get the "smarts" outside of the TV. Roku and the AppleTV are external boxes that connect to the TV, and are generally better designed products that are also easier to update.