The architect of the Battlestar Galactica reboot, and most recently Starz's adaptation of the time-travel romance Outlander, is heading back to space for a new TV show. The twist is that will be a show made for Apple's growing, but lofty, TV plans. More »
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MENLO PARK, Calif. (AP) — Amazon is angling for a truce in its two-year battle with Apple and Google over streaming gadgets: It says it is preparing to put Apple TV and Chromecast back on sale. A spokeswoman for Amazon confirmed Friday it is preparing to sell the devices. Show More Summary
Ronald D. Moore is developing a new space-set science fiction series for Apple TV. Moore began his career as a writer and producer on Star Trek: The Next Generation's third season in 1989, before becoming an executive producer on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine in 1996-99. Show More Summary
Apple has ordered yet another TV series to add to its growing list of star-backed original productions. The company signed network sci-fi luminary Ronald D. Moore, veteran of several Star Trek series and developer of the Battlestar Galactica reboot, to create a completely new space drama. Show More Summary
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Apple is making a new space series from the "Star Trek" writer and "Battlestar Galactica" developer Ronald D. Moore. It will be Apple's third original series under its new heads of TV programming. Apple has ordered a new space-themed drama series from Ronald D. Show More Summary
Welcome to the world of tomorrow, where Apple is making TV shows and one of those TV shows is, specifically, about the world of tomorrow. A person familiar with the decision confirmed to Vulture that Ronald D. Moore, the creator of Outlander and SyFy’s Battlestar Galactica reboot is making a ... More »
Ronald D. Moore, the brain behind the critically acclaimed remake of "Battlestar Galactica," will pen a new space drama for Apple, as the company continues its push into original TV content to compete with the likes of Netflix, Amazon and Hulu.
Apple is steadily putting together a catalog of original content behind-the-scenes before it launches its own video streaming service similar to Netflix and Hulu, and the latest series to receive the green light is an unnamed sci-fi space drama. more…
Amazon has decided to sell the Chromecast and Apple TV for the first time in two years. The move suggests Google’s blocking of YouTube on some Fire devices was a successful negotiating strategy. Last week Google announced it would pull...Show More Summary
CHANGE: Amazon will resume selling Apple TV, Google’s Chromecast.
It's been two years since Amazon removed the Apple TV and Google Chromecast from its store to "avoid customer confusion."
Amazon has confirmed it will begin selling the Chromecast and Apple TV on its shopping site after Google blocked YouTube on Echo and Fire TV devices.
Amazon is preparing to sell the Apple TV and Google’s Chromecast again, two years after yanking both streaming devices from its website. Listings for various Apple TV and Chromecast models have appeared on Amazon.com, and an Amazon spokeswoman confirmed to CNet that it’s now “assorting” the products, though the company did not elaborate further. Show More Summary
Congrats, Apple and Google. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is ready to play nice, in a way. Amazon will begin selling Apple TV and Google Chromecast devices after a two-year ban on the e-commerce giant, CNET reported Thursday. Those products...Show More Summary
Amazon pulled Apple TV and Chromecast from its retail lineup back in 2015, ostensibly because neither device offered easy access to Prime Video. Now that Amazon Prime Video is finally an app on Apple TV, it appears as if Amazon is bringing Apple TV and Chromecast devices back to its web site again (after a false start a couple of months ago). Source: CNET
Remember a couple of years ago when Amazon stopped selling the Chromecast and Apple TV because neither device offered Amazon Prime Video? Well they’re now returning to the online retailer. Amazon is once again selling the Chromecast and Apple TV. The company confirmed to