Amazon, Apple, Roku and YouTube are facing increased calls to drop the National Rifle Association’s TV channel from their streaming services, as backlash against the organization grows following a Florida school shooting last week that killed 17 people.
IF YOU SET OUT TO DIVIDE AMERICA INTO HOSTILE WARRING CAMPS, WHAT WOULD YOU DO THAT THE LEFT ISN’T ALREADY DOING? Apple, Amazon, YouTube Urged To Pull NRA TV Channel.
“It’s time for tech leaders to acknowledge their role in helping the NRA spread this dangerous content and cut it out."
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Apple has made it easier for developers to show off their app in App Store listings for the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Apple Watch, by increasing the maximum number of screenshots that can be included in a product page to 10 images per device.
A new trademark filing discovered by Patently Apple suggests that Apple may have plans for a stronger push into next-generation gaming technology for its set-top box. According to the report, Apple has updated its logo trademark forShow More Summary
Apple could be working on a new Apple TV that delivers enhanced gaming features.
Having been in preview for a while, Channels has now launched properly as a TV viewer on the Android TV and the Amazon Fire TV. When it first emerged, Channels was interesting firstly for jumping from iOS and Apple TV, and secondly because the DVR portion can be set up on the Shield. Show More Summary
Apple has apparently updated its Apple TV trademark with new conditions related to gaming. Patently Apple reports today that the company filed an updated trademark last Friday to cover gaming use cases, a move that the site calls “a significant update that has to be taken seriously.” more…
Roku, the streaming TV platform company, competes with giants like Apple and Amazon. But even though those big tech companies have similar gadgets, Roku continues to thrive. Roku CEO Anthony Wood attributed the company's success to a...Show More Summary
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Although Apple’s video gaming track record has largely rewarded enthusiasm with disappointment, a new Apple TV trademark application discovered by Patently Apple indicates that the company is still interested in video games. Filed last week, the application covers the use of the Apple TV name for video gaming purposes — nothing else. The application is noteworthy […]
'Alto's Odyssey,' a snowboarding-based endless runner for iPhone and iPad, has shipped a day earlier than its Feb. 22 release date, with players now able to buy the successor to the popular 'Alto's Adventure' from the iOS App Store for $4.99.
Playdigious and Shiro Games are bringing Evoland 2 to iOS and Apple TV after all. Little under two years ago, we were told the follow up to Evoland [$4.99] would not be making its way to iOS for a few reasons. We found it odd at the time and are glad to see the publisher
Sequel to the hit title Alto’s Adventure, Alto’s Odyssey is now available in the App Store ($4.99) for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV … a day earlier than planned. The game went up for preorder earlier this month with a Feb 22nd date, but...Show More Summary
If you have an Apple TV, you know the screensaver they have set up is just awesome. It's a flyover video of various locations throughout the world, and the footage is gorgeous. Now you can have the exact same screensaver on your Mac! Related posts: The 10 greatest Apple stores in the world Apple Watch screensaver for OS X Free application icon screensaver
Special guest Marco Arment returns to the show for a brief discussion. Topics include Apple’s OS development strategy, HomePod and Siri, the sad state of Apple TV apps, where to get a good cheesesteak, and more. Brought to you by these fine sponsors: Tres Pontas: Freshly-roasted coffee from a single farm in Brazil, shipped directly to you. Show More Summary