I just received an e-mail from Apple indicating that, as they announced at the last keynote, the top tier of iCloud…
They’ve been in this position before, but never quite like this. Next week, Apple will host a media event called “Spring Forward” where we will most likely hear more details about the Watch and its release. Like several Apple products before it, this watch is not the first product to the market, but it has a good chance of becoming the market leader.
There has been a lot of noise about Facebook’s move to remove messaging from its main app and “force” people to use the Messenger app on mobile devices to send messages. Today, no less than four people on my Facebook feed made proclamations about not using the app. Here’s why you shouldn’t be freaking out.
A few words about the topics covered during my spot on Maritime Morning: Weekend Edition, and some relevant links.
Netflix recently changed its streaming quality options for Canadian users. This is a direct response to the growing number of internet providers that are capping monthly data usage. Let’s talk about caps, Netflix, conflicts of interest, and the CRTC…
There’s a rumour going around that HBO will be launching its new HBO Now with Apple as a partner, via the Apple TV. This is exactly what cord-cutters have been waiting for: access to premium content without a cable or satellite subscription. And it’s exactly what the cable companies have been dreading. But it’s not all roses for cord cutters, and it won’t be for a while.
Apple’s latest court battle is in the form of a class-action lawsuit is over DRM and the iTunes Music Store, and they shouldn’t pay a dime.
I chatted with Scott Simpson about Blackberry’s surprise profit, Google killing Reader, and Hotmail’s transition to Outlook.
Apple has removed the venerable white MacBook from its online store. It will, however, live on for now as an option for educational institutions, presumably while stock lasts.