ESPN's new application allows users to watch sports on the go. WatchESPN is now available to iPhone owners in the app store, and allows live access to ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPNU, as well as the Web channel ESPN3.com. Downloading the app is free, but you must be an existing cable TV customer with Time Warner Cable, Bright House Networks, or Verizon Fios for it to work. The WatchESPN App Store page promises that more TV providers will be added in the future.
It’s Opening Day! One of the greatest days in the year. The day when every boy and man can begin again to take the first step on the road to the World Series. As America’s Past time, baseball holds everything good about the country wrapped up in a beautiful diamond
Today Apple released an update to their fabulous Remote application for iPod touch and iPhone. The update adds the ability to remotely create Genius playlists on any Mac or PC running iTunes 8 or later. Additionally, the update also adds the ability to edit and create regular playlists as well. Users with remote speakers will also note that the interface for managing speakers has been moved to the "Now Playing" screen after tapping on the album artwork. The new features haven't been carried over to the Apple TV (yet). The update can be gotten from the "Updates" tab in the App Store or by going through iTunes. Remote is a free application.