As some of you might have heard, there are rumors that Apple is looking to offer a new web TV service and according to a report from Re/code, it seems that the Cupertino company is asking content producers to provide their own streams for their shows. This is versus Apple streaming the content themselves which would no doubt be more costly for the company.
That being said it doesn’t come as a complete surprise because as it stands, content providers such as Fox, CBS, Disney, and etc. all have their own streams that rely on delivery networks such as EdgeCast, so in some ways this shouldn’t really change anything for most content providers. At the same time by getting content producers to supply their own streams, it should not hold up the launch of the rumored web TV service. Read full post →Apple Reportedly Asking Content Producers To Supply Their Own Streams
Here’s the deal, when we lose our phones we’re generally pretty bummed about it and for the most part, we resign ourselves to the fact that we’ll probably never see it again. After all in a city or country with millions of people, what are the chances of us being able to find it again, right? As it turns out that sometimes fate deals the most unexpected cards which led to Buzzfeed’s Matt Stopera becoming famous in China and embarking on what seems like an incredible journey.
So this is what happened – Stopera had recently lost his iPhone at a bar and after resigning himself to the fact that he would never see it again, he started noticing photos appearing on his new iPhone in which he started to blog about it. The photos were of a man in China who was taking selfies of himself and of his life, which Stopera decided to chronicle out of fun. His posts became viral and soon the internet decided to try and help him find the mystery man in the photos. Read full post →Stolen iPhone Leads A Reporter To Fame And Adventure In China