Tag Archive: still


CNN lands on Apple TV, but you still need cable

CNN came to the Apple TV today in the form of “CNNgo,” an app that lets you view live broadcasts, shows, and popular news clips. Unfortunately, the bulk of CNNgo is still shackled to cable, meaning you won’t be able… Read more ›

It’s been over three years since Steve Jobs died, however the hole he left at Apple and those closest to him still hasn’t been filled. Brent Schlender and Rick Tetzeli’s upcoming book Becoming Steve Jobs is full of anecdotes and events… Read more ›

Apple blew us away today with its HBO Now partnership, sexy new MacBook, and ResearchKit. But the star of the show was Apple Watch, which has the potential to be either a game changer or massive flop. For those who… Read more ›

U2’s album is still huge among iOS music users

Despite angering iOS users by forcing their album, Songs of Innocence, onto every iPhone and iPad in the world, U2’s iTunes exclusivity bet is paying off big time. Nearly one in four of all music users on iOS devices listened… Read more ›

People hoping that Apple will drop the Samsung albatross from around its neck for the forthcoming iPhone 6s may be disappointed. According to a new report coming from the Asian supply chain, Samsung has come to an agreement with Apple… Read more ›

When Prince presented the Grammy for best album this week, he made an impassioned case for a musical format that many seem ready to write off as dead. “Albums, remember those?” he said. “Albums still matter. Albums, like books and… Read more ›

BlackBerry may be on its last legs and struggling to attract new customers, but that won’t dissuade Samsung from spending big to buy the company. While both companies have dismissed takeover reports over the past week, a new report claims Samsung really… Read more ›

The Interview has been made available for streaming and purchase online ahead of its theatrical release Christmas Day. YouTube Movies, Google Play, Xbox Videos, and a dedicated website are all offering the controversial comedy for $ 5.99 to rent and $ 14.99… Read more ›

With today’s high tech devices becoming obsolete so quickly, it’s easy to think that previous generations of tech are forgotten by their creators the moment a follow-up goes out the door. While this may be true in some instances, it’s apparently… Read more ›

Window’s Blue Screen of Death was the tech world’s joke du jour for poking fun at Microsoft’s crash-friendly software, and while many believed the blue screen had finally died, it looks like Windows Phone is carrying on the proud tradition… Read more ›