It seems that nearly everyone in the corporate world is convinced the iPad will change the world, with the latest being one of the major television networks, who appear to be readying iPad-friendly versions of their videos.
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.
After being announced less than two weeks ago, Sling Media has announced that the updated version of SlingPlayer Mobile for iPhone is now live in the App Store, complete with 3G streaming at long last.
The announcement that FLO TV is coming to your iPhone by way of a chunky dock-connected attachment may be yesterday’s news (last November to be exact), but word out of CES 2010 is that the company has teamed with Juice Pack maker Mophie to streamline the whole shebang.
For all of its success in the music business, Apple has been mostly been chasing its tail where video entertainment is concerned. But a new report from Wired claims that the company may be launching a new second offensive to solve the problem.
Good news this month for iPhone users who like to streaming video from their cameras. First, Steve Jobs himself blessed the Live Knocking Video app for iPhone-to-iPhone streaming, and now Ustream has released a new app called Live Broadcaster to stream video from your camera to the web.
Dreams do come true, sometimes. After their live video streaming app got rejected, developer Pointy Heads Software made an impassioned plea to none other than Apple CEO Steve Jobs. The result is now available for download in the App Store, and is a positive sign that developer complaints are being taken seriously by Apple.