- Galaxy S 4G Blaze, which is of course another incarnation of the original Galaxy S, is the latest Samsung device that was launched on T-Mobile.
- Apple TV's present UI would have Steve Jobs cringing with shame as he had rejected the same five years back, tweeted Michael Margolis, a former engineer at Apple.
- Hollywood siblings have been dominating (and heating up) the movie and music scene. Who are the smoking hot brothers? And when can we see them take over the big screen or the big stage?
- In 2013, Netflix and horror director Eli Roth will team up to stream a new, original and horrifying series, Hemlock Grove. The slated 13 episodes are based off the book of the same title by Brian McGreevy, who will also be an executive producer.
- The new iPad is a hot product, in more ways than one. After enjoying a record-breaking launch weekend, some owners are now saying that the device is literally too hot to handle. Consumer Reports put the new iPad to the test on Tuesday, finding that the device can reach temperatures up to 116ºF, specifically when playing the game Infinity Blade II over a Wi-Fi connection.
- Ever since Legend of Korra, a follow up series to Nickelodeon's hugely popular Avatar: The Last Airbender was announced on July 22, 2012 fans have been eagerly awaiting the new animated series, which picks up 70 years after the original epic series left off. Over the weekend the series premiere leaked online and spread rapidly on Facebook and Twitter. A section of the first episode was even briefly available on YouTube. The show is set to premiere a month from now on April 14 ...
- To power all of these new features of the new iPad and maintain a 10-hour battery life, Apple had to upgrade the iPad 2's rechargeable lithium-ion battery and make it substantially bigger. But at what cost?
- The cast paid a visit to the Today Show on Monday, days ahead of the season five premiere.
- Mike Lang, chief executive of Miramax, has unexpectedly resigned after joining the company a little over a year ago. Lang is temporarily serving as a consultant for Steve Schoch, Miramax's chief financial officer, who has taken on the position of interim chief executive.
- If you want to watch the NCAA Tournament for free, it can be done. Follow these steps.
- The conservative radio host provoked the advertiser pullout by calling law student Sandra Fluke a slut and a prostitute after she had discussed with members of Congress her support of insurance coverage for contraceptives.
- Wal-Mart Stores Inc.(NYSE: WMT), the world's largest retailer, will allow customers to convert DVDs and Blu-ray discs to digital files starting April 16, the company said Wednesday.
- Click here to find out how, where and when to watch reruns of Game Change, HBO's influential movie based on the 2008 John McCain-Sarah Palin presidential campaign.
- The new iPad was the star of the Apple show on Wednesday, but something was also there wrestling to get some attention from the crowd that had gathered to see the new super tablet unveil. It is Apple TV, which is expected to go on sale later this year for only $99, or the same price as the previous version.
New Apple TV: Will the Device Compete With the iPad? Upgraded Interface and iCloud Storage AnnouncedApple’s new iPad has been the talk of the tech community this week, but media gurus shouldn’t ignore the company’s other release: an upgraded Apple TV. Especially since a new software system allows an Apple TV to function almost entirely like an iPad, reported Australian news source News.com.au.
- The folks over at cultofmac.com edited Cook's keynote down to 90 seconds so you can listen to all the new features of the new iPad and Apple TV in an efficient way.
- Over 40 advertisers with the Rush Limbaugh show said they ditched the show because of offensive comments the conservative talk show host made about Georgetown University Law student Sandra Fluke, but Limbaugh is claiming they all lied.
- More technology advertisers, including Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX), Stamps.com (Nasdaq: STMP) and PolyCom (Nasdaq:PLCM) have withdrawn from the “Rush Limbaugh Show” after the host’s derogatory remarks about a female Georgetown University law student.