WatchESPN is now available on your Apple TV. Fans now have access to on demand video, live streaming games, and live access to ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN3 and ESPN Buzzer Beater/Goal Line (some content requires video subscription from affiliated providers). There are now multiple ways to get WatchESPN content on your big screen: the Apple […]
The tax of new thinking and building… I like that term set by Julie Zhuo on PandoDaily. The tax is not just the challenge of thinking and building… it’s the challenge of shifting prior and current momentum (philosophically, emotionally, actually, etc). It’s the challenge of placing yourself and your experiences onto unknown paths. But that […]
Want a taste of what makes ESPN3 special? Head over to ESPN3 or access on your mobile app via WatchESPN and you’ll find:
It’s the first time I have searched for weather on something other than my phone… which is interesting itself. But tonight, I Googled weather 06001 (our zip code) and found the following screenshot of an entirely contained, smart weather ‘widget’. It’s an example of Google delivering a simple, fast experience with instantaneous satisfaction. No reason […]
Let me preface by saying that I am typing this on a Macbook (15″ Retina) and love the device. And I have previously not been attracted to the Chromebook series for a variety of reasons: namely form, function and unclear ability to replace either my laptop or iPad.
I wrote about the appification of software as a thematic takeaway of 2012. Here is a great – but very different – example. The newest iTunes might not behave like an app – but it certainly takes cues from popular app designs / trends.
As 2012 is in the books, much has been written about tech and consumer application developments over the last year – and what’s coming in 2013. A good review of what happened in 2012 can be found on Techmeme’s headline stack: top headlines and ‘biggest’ stories.