All three are good, hit the right tone. They’re humane — emotional, not technical. My favorite is “Us”. That’s the one I’d put in heaviest rotation on TV. My wife’s watch arrived a few hours ago. After setting it up and playing withShow More Summary
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Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2015) is taking place in San Francisco from April 8 to April 12. At the event, Apple is expected to unveil a new version of OS X, a revamped Apple TV box, a new … Continue reading...
On Tuesday, Apple released new details about its 2015 developers conference, including a logo for the conference that resembles the shape of an Apple TV. The slogan for the conference – “the epicenter of change” – hints that Apple might announce that it is turning the Apple TV into a smart home hub, or “epicenter.” […]
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HBO Now may be an Apple exclusive for the time being, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy it on a variety of devices that don’t happen to be iPhones, iPads or Apple TVs. In fact, it looks like you can enjoy the new streaming service on Android devices, the Xbox One, PS4, Wii and Roku, CNET has discovered. Show More Summary
Apple has announced that its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (better known as WWDC) will kick off on June 8, giving the company a chance to fill in some of the plans it's already laid out for the future of its devices and software, its music service after the Beats acquisition and -- people really hope -- it's long-awaited plans for the television.Read full article >>
On Tuesday, Apple announced its annual developer conference, WWDC, will take place on June 8-12. The artwork for the announcement suggests Apple will be releasing a major overhaul to Apple TV at the event. "I usually don’t play the 'let’s...Show More Summary
Finally, Apple has announced the details for this year's WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) in San Francisco. And getting a ticket is going to be a nightmare.
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Apple scored a huge win for Apple TV by making it the only platform your can watch HBO Now on for the next three months, and according to a new report, Apple might be rewarding HBO by taking a much … Read more ›
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According to a new report out of Reuters, Apple has spared no expense in advertising the Apple Watch ahead of launch, spending $38 million on TV spots over just the last month. For that money, the Apple Watch commercial has been aired over 300 times, with a large chunk of those spots occurring in primetime spots. Show More Summary
By Piya Sinha-Roy and Noel Randewich LOS ANGELES/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - As Apple Inc debuts its smartwatch on Friday, the technology company focused efforts to drum up buzz on U.S. television, using expensive primetime spots to entice customers to the fledgling wearable technology market. Show More Summary
Disney is putting pressure on Apple to carry more Disney-owned channels on its upcoming streaming television service, a new report from The Street reveals. The two companies are reportedly in negotiations regarding what content willShow More Summary
According to a new report out of The Street, Apple has hit a snag in negotiations with Disney over the number of the latter's channels it will include in its rumored TV streaming service. According to the report, Apple is only looking to incorporate Disney's core channels in its lineup in an effort to keep prices lower for customers. Show More Summary