Feb 29

iPhone owners on Sprints network can now download Sprint TV and watch some pretty awesome programming.

This free application allows users to view select live and on-demand programming from such partners as  ABC, CBS, NBC, ESPN, The Disney Channel, MTV and Comedy Central. If Sprint TVs free programming is not enough to meet your mobile entertainment needs, you can purchase additional premium programming, with packages ranging from $4.99 – $9.99 per month.

» Sprint TV App For iOS Now Available In The App Store

Nov 19

Steve Jobs
Biographer Walter Issacson told the New York Times that he intentionally left out details about a variety of products that Steve was working on. Not only was Steve working on a television, related Issacson, but the Apple co-founder also “wanted to reinvent” photography and textbooks, too.

He had three things that he wanted to reinvent: the television, textbooks and photography. He really wanted to take these on. I did not go into details about these products in the book because it was implicitly Apples creations and it is not fair to the company to reveal these details. But, he did talk about the television. He told me he had “licked it” and once said, “There is no reason you should have all these complicated remote controls.”

» Steve Jobs Biographer Left Out Details About New Apple Products

Oct 28

Apple TV Siri
According to the New York Times Apple is definitely building a television set and will include extensive voice control courtesy of Siri. Executives at Apple knew as far back as 2007 that the company would eventually make a dedicated TV, and the TV can be announced as soon as late 2012 with a consumer release in 2013. » Apple Looking To Launch Siri-Enabled Television Set By 2013

Oct 01

livetvIt is one of the things many people wish for: watching television on your iPhone or iPod touch. Not things like watching repeats, but watching actual live television. Elgato’s EyeTV seems to be the solution…more or less.

» Elgato’s EyeTV: Watch Live Television…More Or Less