Apple supporters have been waiting long enough for an Apple-based television subscription service. On Tuesday, Apple silently added support to its Apple TV set-top box, called Hulu Plus. This may be the closest thing Apple fans can get for the meantime. This brings access to ad-supported television episodes and movies for paid subscribers of the particular service.
For the subscribers of Hulu Plus, they can have an access to the content of the service, while new users have the choice of either subscribing to the service through their iTunes account or signing up for a free one-week trial. On the . . . → Read More: Apple TV to be supported by Hulu Plus
The BlackBerry Bold 9930 has come out on Verizon’s website. Pricing is $249.99 with a 2-year contract and $509.99 off-contract. Several rumors have the smartphone at only $199.99 depending on the customer-specific upgrade pricing.
The big features of the Bold 9930 consist a 640×480 touch screen, a quick 1.2 GHz Snapdragon processor, world-phone abilities, and .41-inch depth that is thinner than most smartphone not named “iPhone 4.” The larger news here, on the other hand, is BlackBerry OS 7. If the web browser performs also on this new Bold as it did in our hands-on with . . . → Read More: Verizon Website Now Sells BlackBerry Bold 9930
Amazon’s sales charts don’t essentially mean that Chromebooks are a hit. But they do at any rate show that Chromebooks are not a failure.
It’s been accurately one month since first Chromebooks — netbooks power-driven by Google’s Chrome OS, became obtainable for purchase, and up to now, sales appear to be holding up.
Brooke Crothers went over Amazon’s file of best-selling laptops, and found the number four mark taken by Acer’s 11.6-inch, $349 Chromebook. Apple’s MacBook Pro and some Toshiba laptops were on top. Samsung’s Series 5, a 12.1-inch Chromebook with fixed 3G service . . . → Read More: Chromebooks Actually Get the Eye of Laptop Buyers