If a report in the Wall Street Journal is correct, Apple is planning a Cloud-based DVR, anything to stop people talking about an Apple TV set.
The problem with this technology stuff is that you just can’t rely on it to keep working. It’s not just the bits and bobs inside the device, but whether the business plan will keep it going.
Julian Clover in Berlin with the artist formerly known as Motorola.
The opening day of what is now ANGA COM (Cologne June 4 – 6) is the traditional habitat of the elephants, the heavy hitters of the German media sector, who sit on the opening panel and lock tusks.
Broadcasters are going further in the promotion of their sports channels and the community is benefitting, writes Julian Clover.
The BBC is currently running a neat little promotion for the iPlayer, the premise of which is to tell civillians that they can watch their favourite BBC show on the iPlayer, on the television, writes Julian Clover.
Julian Clover attends the launch of what was described as the biggest launch in UK sports TV for 20 years.
Anyone want to visit a TV museum? Julian Clover has inadvertently build one at home.
TV shows regular offer viewers a Twitter hashtag, but how can viewers use the medium to share content with their friends.
Julian Clover finds 3D is still a presence, even if its star has somewhat faded.