Here's how to live stream the 2016 Rio Olympics online without a cable subscription. Works on iOS, Android, Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire devices, Roku, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, web browser, and more.
The next big event this week is coming our way courtesy of Microsoft, and it is being held in New York City tomorrow. Not wanting to be outdone and to make sure that they generate the maximum amount of interest possible, the Microsoft Newsroom has confirmed that the event will be streamed live to viewers around the world.
If, like us, you're already perched on the edge of your seat waiting for Apple's WWDC to kick off, then be pleased that you don't have much longer to wait.
It is that time of year again when the crème de la crème of Hollywood come out in force for Oscar Sunday to compete against each other for award based glory. Oscar Sunday is undoubtedly the largest night of the Hollywood Calendar where actors, actresses, producers and directors alike turn out in their over priced outfits to see who will win the accolades.
US cable news channel CNN has announced that they will begin broadcasting their channel online for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad starting today.
Although we’d expect hardcore tennis fans to catch Wimbledon’s action in their TV lounge on a big screen in HD with surround, there is a way to watch the tournament’s proceedings on an iOS device.
Just like the last event, Apple is once again going to stream their “Back to the Mac” event live. You will have to have either a Mac running Safari on Mac OS X version 10.6 Snow Leopard, an iPhone or iPod touch running iOS 3.0 or higher, or an iPad to watch the streaming.
So yea.. it was very lame on Apple’s part to restrict all users expect those with Macs and iOS devices for the live video stream of “Special Media Event” which will be broadcasted at 10:00 a.m. PDT (click here to see what time is it in your region) on September 1, 2010. But thanks to MacRumors, there is now a workaround which will enable all Windows and Linux users to watch the live video stream without having to own any of the Macs or iOS devices.
Apple has just sent out invites for the “Special Event” which is going to be held on September 1st 2010 at 10AM Pacific Time / 1PM Eastern Time in San Francisco. Expect Apple to announce new iPod touch 4 with FaceTime, iTunes in Cloud, the new Apple TV (dubbed iTV), iOS 4.1 for iPhones and iPod touches and iOS 4 for iPad. Hopefully we will also have more updates related to the availability of White iPhone 4 which has been delayed twice for “until later this year”.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie are live right now from D: All Things Digital Conference (aka D8 Conference). It will be interesting to see how the two top executives of Microsoft answer all the questions related to ongoing fierce competition from the likes of Apple in consumer space, and from Google in web and enterprise space.