It appears to be game on for Android-based wearables now that Google has thrown down the gauntlet on its own offerings, which will be available in the coming months from LG and Motorola. Meanwhile, Apple continues to be mum on the subject, but something tells us whatever they eventually do come up with will likely make us all forget about every other device in the category...
Disney has been a notable holdout from Ultraviolet, and today we find out why: The Mouse House has just launched its own iOS app that brings all of the Disney, Pixar and Marvel movie content you love into one place.
iWork for Mac users had good reason to celebrate Wednesday as the usually secretive Apple unleashed a volley of information about which features it plans to bring back to the latest Pages, Numbers and Keynote versions with future updates. Could this be a sign of a kinder, gentler Apple? Time will tell, but don't expect to see it similarly sharing future plans for the next iPhone or iPad... that would just be crazy.
Google's $35 streaming dongle is getting a little kick in the pants today, thanks to the addition of Hulu Plus support from the iPad or Android devices -- and just in time for the fall television season.
Amazon isn't the only company releasing new hardware today: Roku has just refreshed its existing streaming boxes with new capabilities, while favoring a little-known content store for movie and TV show purchases and rentals.
Although there are plenty of services that make sharing photos quick and easy, few of them are brave enough to incorporate video, which is much larger and therefore difficult to manage -- but it's just another day at the office for the folks at Real.
We're not afraid to say we're big fans of Amazon Instant Video, but at the same time, we confess to some secret shame over the fact that the service isn't available on the Apple TV. Well, now it is -- sort of.