Apple Inc. (AAPL) Makes Hulu Plus Available on Apple TV

Hulu Plus Apple TV

Hulu Plus, the popular streaming television service was introduced a little more than two years ago, making primetime television shows from popular US channels available for streaming on a number of mobile devices, including game systems and Apple Inc. (AAPL) iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. On Tuesday, the streaming giant … Read the Full Story →

Retina-Enabled iPad 3 Games Featured on Apple’s App Store

Retina Enabled ipad 3 Games Apps

Apple has opened up a new section in the iTunes App Store that highlights some of the Retina Enabled apps for the New iPad 3. On March 7th, Apple announced the New iPad, with high resolution Retina Display, A5X chip and an updated camera. The section is called “Great Apps … Read the Full Story →

Apple TV Hack Enables Full Screen iOS Apps on your HDTV

Apple TV Hack

The jailbreak community has always tried and been successful in giving users more options to customize their iOS device. Even as Apple tries its best to plug the security holes and bugs to get rid of ‘jailbreak’ the community continues to find new bugs and release updated tools to make … Read the Full Story →

Apple Getting Ready to Launch New Video Streaming Service (Rumor)

AppleTV

The web is abuzz this week about Apple planning a subscription based video streaming service to take on Netflix and Amazon. With that information already put, Jeffries analyst Peter Misek revealed today that Apple has already laid plans and set deals for such a service as well as iTunes Replay. … Read the Full Story →

Real Racing 2 HD – 1080p Video Out On The iPad 2

Real Racing 2 HD iPad 2 Video Out 1080p

Apple’s iPad 2 features full 1080p high definition video mirroring and now we are seeing game developers use this feature to enhance the gaming experience. When you connect HDMI adapter to your iPad 2 it outputs whatever you see on your iPad 2 onto your HDTV so you can sit … Read the Full Story →

Apple to License AirPlay Video Streaming to Third-Party Devices?

A Bloomberg report published today suggests that Apple may be planning to license its AirPlay service to third-party devices that would allow users to stream video content from iTunes or their iOS device straight to their HDTV. AirPlay will already stream audio to non-Apple devices, but in order to enjoy … Read the Full Story →