Next Game from the Developers of ‘Journey’ Is Exclusive to Apple (For Now)
‘Sky’ is a “romantic, social” game that you can play with a single finger.
What to Take Away From Apple WWDC 2016
Apple’s latest developer conference brought some major changes to the software that powers the iPhone and the Mac.
The Motherboard Guide to Cord Cutting
The State of Cord Cutting Today, By the Numbers
Some of the numbers in the cord cutting game will take your breath away.
Daily Burn Is a Livestreaming Service for Workout Videos and People Are Obsessed
A streaming workout video service called DailyBurn 365 is part of growing online movement to make health and fitness attainable for complete novices.
Why HBO Now Is Struggling to Find Viewers
Cord cutters had begged HBO for years for a streaming version of the channel, but the final product had some strange strings attached.
Sling TV Is Finally Updating Its Woeful UI
Still no word why the commercials are so damn loud, though.
Developers Flex Their Apple TV Muscle, But Is It Enough to Win Over Consumers?
While new Apple TV apps are much improved over the first wave, consumers still have plenty of options when it comes to streaming popular services.
Online Black Friday Deals Are Just as Good as Offline Ones, Says the Wirecutter
Friends don’t let friends spend money unwisely.
Here’s How Cord Cutters Can Watch Real Madrid Take On Barcelona In El Clásico
Watching Real Madrid take on Barcelona this year couldn’t be easier for people without cable.
Apple TV Made Talking to My TV Seem Totally Normal
The latest Apple TV combines the immediate benefits of Siri voice control with the promise and potential of an App Store.
Apple Doesn’t Want Talks About Hacking on Apple TV
The Chaos Computer Club had its Apple TV app rejected for including videos on hacking and jailbreaking.
Tim Cook Says This One Feature Is Apple Music's Secret Sauce
Apple’s streaming music service is now roughly one-fifth as large as Spotify.