The battle for tech supremacy is something that really excites me. It’s both gadgets AND numbers. Geek nirvana. So who is currently winning the war for global domination?
We wrote last week about how HBO’s new streaming service was only to be offered through Apple TV; with HBO trading their cable masters for worshipping at the altar of non-cable provider Apple. Maybe we were premature.
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I love television and I love the future but I am not loving these two huge missteps in the future of television. Both of them were just committed in the past day, and both by otherwise incredibly forward-thinking and innovative TV giants. So what did HBO and Netflix do that was so wrong? Find out after the break.
As we have discussed here and on the Gabbing Geek podcast, there are fascinating strategic and financial implications of Sony releasing the Rogen/Franco comedy, The Interview “day and date.”
Many of us remember when mobile gaming consisted of bringing your own watergun to the park. But ever since Nintendo launched the Gameboy we’ve been able to play better and better games no matter where we are. Wikipad upped the ante when it announced the Gamevice tablet controller for iPad back in June and at CES this week they’ve revealed additional details as published over at iPhoneHacks.