Tomorrow you’ll wake up thinking that you have a free day ahead of you, if only for a few minutes. Next, you’ll grab your iPhone to find a call from your parents and voicemail you do not have to brush off thanks(?) to visual voicemail. In that moment, you realize
There are rumors spreading around that Apple is considering making a $2 billion bid for Hulu. As half of the Internet already knows, Hulu provides a collection of some recent and older episodes of shows from major television networks including FOX, ABC, CBS, and NBC in its streaming web player.
iTunes Match, one of Apple’s radically-new music offerings, shakes up even the company’s own a la carte pricing model in iTunes. A $25/year subscription presents users with the ability to have their library scanned and matched with the same high-quality 256kbp/s AAC songs available in the iTunes Store at no
As part of Google’s I/O conference, today the company behind Android announced details regarding Chromebooks’ venture into the consumer market. Chromebook is an instantly accessible, Google-approved laptop that runs its web-based Chrome OS. Along with conventional one-time fee purchasing options, students and businesses can choose a $20-$28/month subscription plan. Notice
HBO, which has been losing subscribers at a steady pace over the last few years, just made a subscription a little more appealing with an app for iPhone, iPad, and Android that allows you to watch every episode of ongoing and past HBO series. The selection ranges from new hits
To date, the App Store has had very few massively-multiplayer-online (MMO) games, and even fewer quality MMOs. Gameloft is the first to change that in a blatant attempt to cash in on the success that popular MMOs on the PC and Mac have had. The company’s first iOS MMO, titled
Newspaper and magazine publishers have been waiting for a viable way to offer subscriptions to customers reading the digital versions of their newspapers and magazines that can be found in the form of iPad and iPhone apps. Much in the same way that publishers offer discounted subscriptions for the print
If you are in the market for a new cable, internet, and phone provider, you may have another reason to choose Verizon FiOS. Heck, even if are interested in buying an iPhone 4 anytime soon, you may now have a reason to be interested in Verizon FiOS if you were
These days it's becoming increasingly common for musicians and bloggers to have their own iPhone apps to promote their brands and content using the App Store. And why not? "Apps" seem to be the hottest thing these days, in spite of the amount of skill it takes to actually sit down and create them. Thankfully for those of us who couldn't code our way out of a paper bag, a new solution has just popped up called AppMakr.
If you haven't already heard, Command Guru on Sunday began live streaming a seven day iPhone development reality show. The event is taking place at BigRock HQ near Venice where Aaron Hillegass and a team of 10 iPhone devs hope to have a working "Sexy Social Network app" by Saturday. The event was founded on the notion that people should see what goes into iPhone development. Of course developing a great app tends to take more than a single week, but it's a cool experiment nevertheless.
The team is already well on their way, so we suggest checking out the recap videos from the previous days while they sleep. Command Guru is also providing a special public SVN server for any adventurous devs that want to check out the code and make suggestions.