Tag Archive: Shows


Given that Tim Cook thinks China will soon overtake the U.S. as Apple’s biggest market, it’s no surprise that Apple is taking its expansion into China seriously. Amidst plans to open 25 new retail stores in the country by 2016, Apple has just… Read more ›

Fans of BBC shows on Netflix have been on a bit of a ride lately. First, there was the possibility that the licensing agreement between the two companies was going to expire January 31. And then everyone freaked out because… Read more ›

The iPhone recently celebrated its eighth birthday, and what better way to mark the occasion than with a mesmerizing animated gif — showing the evolution of Apple’s mobile handset from the revolutionary but (now) small and slightly bulky device Steve Jobs unveiled… Read more ›

Apple has long been outspoken about the measures it goes to to keep your iPhone secure, but new documents leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden demonstrate how the British spy agency GCHQ was able to carry out “realtime tracking of target… Read more ›

Apple Watch shows up on the arm of mystery man

We’ve known for a while now that a fortunate few people with close ties to Apple have been testing the Apple Watch in the wild, but this may be our best glimpse yet. Posted on Instagram by Vogue international editor Suzy Menkes,… Read more ›

What? Us? Scared? Garmin shows no fear of Apple Watch

LAS VEGAS — When Garmin launches a $ 600 smartwatch just a few weeks before Apple is about to introduce its category killer, the company must be pretty confident. Here at International CES, Garmin is showing off its new line of Fenix 3… Read more ›

More than a year after Apple broke ground on its futuristic “spaceship” Apple Campus 2, we have another progress report courtesy of a new drone flyover video from Myithz. As you can see from the video (which looks absolutely stunning… Read more ›

A lot of TV happens every day, and it’s understandable if you can’t watch all of it. Maybe you have a job or read or something. But now, the holidays have given you the gift of several days off with… Read more ›

Can you truly find yourself in a video game? Canadian filmmaker and professor Ramona Pringle thinks so. After her mother got sick and she broke up with her New York boyfriend, she spent a year playing World of Warcraft, a… Read more ›