The dust in Cupertino has settled and the world has officially been introduced to the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s, but those hoping for more from Apple were likely disappointed by Tuesday's more intimate presentation. But much like the iPhone 5 and previous handsets, they're likely to sell like hotcakes when they hit the streets on Sept. 20, so let's not go predicting Apple's demise quite yet...
NBC Universal's USA Network finally delivered a universal iOS app allowing cable subscribers to watch their favorite shows on the go, only to have the title vanish from the App Store as quickly as it came.
ABC has one, and so does NBC… heck, even The CW has an iOS app for streaming full episodes of their TV shows! Now, CBS is crashing the party with an app of its own, but you'll have to wait as much as eight days to see some of your favorites.
It's no secret that the makers of Angry Birds want to become bigger than Disney, and starting March 17, they'll have their first crack at doing just that by bringing their iconic mobile game to the cartoon world.
Love the new and improved user interface on the web-based Hulu? If you have a PlayStation 3, you can now get the same great look -- and the company promises to keep rolling it out to other living room devices as well.
If you've been feeling blue about the lack of Hulu Plus on your Apple TV, it's time to turn that frown upside down! Relief is just a reboot away, as Apple has quietly introduced the service to the roster of services offered by the little black box.
With so many entertainment options available, do we still really “need” cable TV? It’s convenient and all, but no one likes paying for the dozens--or even hundreds--of channels they never watch just to get a handful of favorite shows. Most of those favorites can be found elsewhere on a more à la carte basis, but where--and for how much? While we keep wishing for an easy-to-use website (or Apple’s much-anticipated “iTV” television set) to do this legwork for us, for now we’ve got to do it ourselves. Here’s how.
If you’ve been sipping cosmopolitans while spinning old episodes of Sex and the City on DVD, you may have noticed a curious gaffe during the scenes where Carrie Bradshaw is pecking away on her Apple laptop: The Apple logo is upside down.
Fed up with Netflix? Frustrated by Hulu Plus? There may be another option available to you by the time Santa Claus comes down the chimney this year if Apple has anything to say about it -- assuming they can get content providers on board.
As the controversy at Apple’s Chinese factories continues to heat up, the company’s independent audits are being followed up with the popular ABC News program Nightline gaining exclusive access to see what life is like there first-hand.