My Xbox 360 is still up to date one of my favorite game systems. That is of course while being my secondary option when I have no desire for my iPod (yeah right!). When I get on I like playing a type of game that I normally couldn’t find on
According to a report today on the Wall Street Journal [subscription required], CBS and ABC and preparing their TV shows to be available on the iPad free of charge. ABC plans to stream its shows — with commercial breaks — in a dedicated iPad app, while CBS plans to offer content via an iPad formatted web page.
Earlier this week Fox Mobile Group introduced Bitbop, a new video subscription service they hope to change the way consumers watch television on mobile devices, but they didn't provide very many details. The free app will provide previews, but users will need to subscribe for $10 per month to view "select content" from numerous unnamed "top-notch content partners." Some movies may incur an undetermined fee above the subscription fee. The service will be available on an undetermined date in the near future, and work on the iPhone, Droid, and other unannounced handsets. Essentially, all Fox really announced is that they expect consumers to be excited about paying $10 a month to watch TV on a phone.
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You know that iTunes app on your home screen? Some people completely ignore it while others sometimes use it to download music and podcasts. What you might have forgotten though is that you can actually rent and download movies, TV shows, and music videos over the air, right from your iPhone.
Yes, this is definitely a "no duh" for some of you, but I'm betting that quite a few of you totally forgot about this feature. And while I tend to agree with David Lynch about watching movies on your iPhone, it'll certainly do in a pinch.
Over in the land down under, Apple's Australian iTunes Store has just begun to offer television programming for sale. The online location is offering a standard price of $2.99 AUS per episode, although no season passes seem to be available as of this writing as of now.