In case you have gone through the entire catalog of Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu and are looking for more video content to devour, here’s good news for you. Plex, together with its partner Crackle, is offering more free movies and TV shows to its US users.
It used to be that we all knew our MacBooks to be impenetrable. No virus would get through their robust defenses. We didn’t need to worry about malware or spyware. That was the domain of Windows users. Today, that’s arguable at best. Remember the security vulnerability Thunderstrike back in 2015? Then there’s the Mac.BackDoor.iWorm back in […]
It seems that the iPhone and the iPad are really making a name in the camera scene. Remember Tangerine, that Sundance film that was entirely shot using an iPhone 5S (plus an $8 app)? This time around, it’s a mainstream TV show that has done a similar thing. Re/code reports that the Modern Family February […]
Watching TV on your iPad seems like such a no-brainer, it’s kind of astonishing that it’s not more prevalent. I mean, just the futuristic feel of holding a TV show in your hands makes it anÂ irresistibleÂ idea. But there is hope. Aside from the iTunes Store, where you can buy or rent individual TV show episodes, […]
What’s the big rumor today? Well the headline pretty much says it all, but let’s go to Bloomberg for the big report. Apple Inc. is in advanced talks withÂ News Corp. to let iTunes users rent TV shows for 99 cents and is in discussions with other media companies about similar deals, said three people familiar […]
As you may know, I’ve been working on building a media center for my home, A few months back, I bought a portable hard drive and started burning DVDs – ones that I legally own, mind you – and putting them into iTunes. I had a few hiccups, but it was going well until I […]