Most people are happy to rent their entertainment — even for movies, books or music that they figure they’re buying.
Pebble’s death casts doubt on the future of smartwatches, while Amazon looks to the future of supermarket shopping. Meanwhile, we’re getting screwed on LEGO Batman airing dates, but will Apple’s bold cinema plan save us? All this plus Galaxy S8, Surface Phone and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
Apple finally has a music service, but can it “win” the streaming wars simply by being the default option? Meanwhile, Game Of Thrones is free of Foxtel’s grip in Australia, but what does that mean for legal watching options?
I’ve had a seriously retro weekend in technology terms, and it’s made me think about how improvements in technology change our appreciation for entertainment.
There’s been a pretty hefty backlash against the forced insertion of U2’s “Songs Of Innocence” into iTunes libraries across the globe. You can hide the album, but not delete it, and that presents a rather interesting thought.
After all the fuss about “106” missing episodes, the BBC has announced that it’s recovered nine episodes from The Enemy Of The World and The Web Of Fear, two Troughton era classics.
The fifth and final season of hit show Breaking Bad… wasn’t quite the final season, depending on how you count such things. Apple is rolling out refunds (in the form of store credit) to anyone who bought the 5th season thinking they’d get the whole finale.
Is iTunes 11 downloading an HD copy of a movie you don’t need, or a season pass with episodes that’ll blow out your quota? Here’s how to get it to stop.
It’s possible to spend hundreds of dollars on iTunes content, whether your poison is apps, music or movies. That’s fine if you’ve got the money to spend, but there are ways to lower your iTunes bills without smashing your iPhone into tiny pieces.
It was only a couple of weeks ago that Apple rolled out iTunes 11.03 and its revamped MiniPlayer. Today’s update is much more what you’d expect out of a point update, focusing on bugfixes, bugfixes and… you get the point.