The Apple TV was once revered as the device that could potentially change television for the better. Today, many people say the Apple TV is a product that is on its death bed. Often called a "hobby" product by it's maker (until the Google TV was announced), the Apple TV could be making a comeback if a new New York Times article is correct.
It’s been a busy week for Apple -- between prepping for the iPad this Saturday and updating Mac OS X 10.6.3, they’ve also found the time to update a lot of smaller pieces and parts, too. One of those is the MobileMe Gallery app for the iPhone.
Scene It? is best known as a raucous party game, but with Scene It?
Movies, the series expands to the iPhone with a well-produced package
that maintains much--but not all--of what makes the DVD and videogame
versions such a blast. Like those more robust predecessors, Scene It?
Movies tests your knowledge of films with questions and mini-games,
some of which use actual video clips from blockbusters. Memorable
moments from numerous films appear in these scenarios, followed by
multiple-choice answers that are quickly selected with a touch of the
Speculation ran rampant after Apple’s acquisition of Lala.com that Cupertino was planning to store your music library in the cloud. But a recent report finds that they don’t plan to stop there, with Hollywood and video being the next targets.