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Hurricane Patricia, Live

One of the most powerful storms ever is hitting populated land right now, and none of the major media networks have live coverage. Let’s assemble the best of social media from the storm, and keep it live right here.

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October 24th

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Watch The Weeklong Summer Games Done Quick Charity Speedrun Marathon 

Forget the sun. Forget the beach. The only island you need concern yourself is Yoshi’s Island, the first of more than 140 video games being speedrun to benefit Doctors Without Borders during the 2015 Summer Games Done Quick Marathon.

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July 26th

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iOS 8.4 to be released 8 AM PT on Tuesday, iTunes Match song limit will increase to 100,000 with iOS 9

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Apple directors have been somewhat talkative over the weekend about the imminent release of Apple Music. Former Beats Music CEO, who now works as a Senior Director of Apple Music, blogged about the product’s launch. He reminisces on the history of digital music and radio saying that seeing Apple Music on stage at WWDC ‘it was hard not to feel like the last 20+ years was leading to this day’.

Interestingly, Apple will be releasing iOS 8.4 at 8 AM on June 30th which includes the newly revamped Music app to support Apple Music. This is slightly earlier than the usual 10 AM release window. The change in scheduling seems to be in service of Beats 1, Apple’s worldwide radio station, which will start streaming from 9 AM on the same day.

Meanwhile, Eddy Cue has also been leaking some tidbits about Apple Music on Twitter …

In a series of tweets, Apple SVP Eddy Cue explained to a customer how Apple Music and iTunes Match work together. Essentially, Apple Music includes the same matching and uploading unrecognised songs process as iTunes Match so Apple users don’t have to subscribe to both Apple Music and iTunes Match to get all the features.

Cue revealed that the same 25,000 song library limit will apply to Apple Music at launch as exists with iTunes Match today. However, for iOS 9, Apple is ‘working’ on raising that limit to 100,000 songs allowing users to take advantage of the additional features with much larger libraries.

Apple Music requires iOS 8.4 due for release at 8 AM on June 30th. For developers currently running iOS 9, Eddy Cue also said that a new iOS 9 beta seed will add support the service. Beats 1 is Apple’s new worldwide 24/7 radio station led by Zane Lowe. It will feature shows and interviews with Dr. Dre, Drake and Elton John.


Filed under: AAPL Company, Apple Music, Apple Watch, Developers, General, iOS, iOS Devices, Tech Industry Tagged: Apple Music, Beats 1, Beats Music, beats one, Cue, iOS 8.4, iOS 9, live, music subscription, radio station, Twitter

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June 28th

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iOS 8.4 to be released 8 AM PT on Tuesday, iTunes Match song limit will increase to 100,000 with iOS 9

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Apple directors have been somewhat talkative over the weekend about the imminent release of Apple Music. Former Beats Music CEO, who now works as a Senior Director of Apple Music, blogged about the product’s launch. He reminisces on the history of digital music and radio saying that seeing Apple Music on stage at WWDC ‘it was hard not to feel like the last 20+ years was leading to this day’.

Interestingly, Apple will be releasing iOS 8.4 at 8 AM on June 30th which includes the newly revamped Music app to support Apple Music. This is slightly earlier than the usual 10 AM release window. The change in scheduling seems to be in service of Beats 1, Apple’s worldwide radio station, which will start streaming from 9 AM on the same day.

Meanwhile, Eddy Cue has also been leaking some tidbits about Apple Music on Twitter …

In a series of tweets, Apple SVP Eddy Cue explained to a customer how Apple Music and iTunes Match work together. Essentially, Apple Music includes the same matching and uploading unrecognised songs process as iTunes Match so Apple users don’t have to subscribe to both Apple Music and iTunes Match to get all the features.

Cue revealed that the same 25,000 song library limit will apply to Apple Music at launch as exists with iTunes Match today. However, for iOS 9, Apple is ‘working’ on raising that limit to 100,000 songs allowing users to take advantage of the additional features with much larger libraries.

Apple Music requires iOS 8.4 due for release at 8 AM on June 30th. For developers currently running iOS 9, Eddy Cue also said that a new iOS 9 beta seed will add support the service. Beats 1 is Apple’s new worldwide 24/7 radio station led by Zane Lowe. It will feature shows and interviews with Dr. Dre, Drake and Elton John.


Filed under: AAPL Company, Apple Music, Apple Watch, Developers, General, iOS, iOS Devices, Tech Industry Tagged: Apple Music, Beats 1, Beats Music, beats one, Cue, iOS 8.4, iOS 9, live, music subscription, radio station, Twitter

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June 28th

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Watch The Oculus Rift Livestream Right Here At 10AM PT / 1PM ET

In just under an hour, Oculus will reveal the long-awaited final consumer version of its amazing virtual reality headset, and you can follow along right here with the official live feed.

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June 11th

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Our Apple WWDC 2015 Liveblog Starts Right Here at 10AM PT / 1PM ET

Want to hear about how all your favorite Apple computing products are about to evolve, including the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and maybe even the Apple TV? You’ve come to the right place: this is WWDC 2015.

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June 8th

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Reuters TV app for iPhone launches w/ on-demand & live video content

Reuters is today releasing a new app for iPhone called Reuters TV that offers access to on-demand video content and live feeds of Reuters’ live coverage of certain events. The app also offers the ability to auto-download content for offline viewing and customization features that Reuters says tailors content to your location and interests. One […]

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February 4th

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Watch Super Bowl XLIX live streams on your iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple TV

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Super Bowl XLIX with the Seahawks vs. the Patriots kicks off this weekend on February 1st and we’re already getting prepared with a handy list of links for watching on all your Apple devices.

Head below for details on how to watch the game from iPhone, iPad, or Mac.

iPhone: 

NFL Mobile app

Verizon will have the official stream to smartphones locked down through its NFL Mobile app. The live stream of Super Bowl XLIX and The 2015 Pro Bowl are only available to Verizon customers, which means everyone else will have to find other ways to stay up to date on iPhone. The app will also have a live stream of Media Day player cams and Verizon’s #WhosGonnaWin light show as well as Super Bowl commercials. The app unfortunately doesn’t appear to work for AirPlay streaming to an Apple TV, as the app notes: “Due to rights restrictions, live video playback via HDMI cable and AirPlay is not supported.”

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iPad: 

NBC Sports Live Extra app

NBC has the official stream for tablets, and it’s opening it to everyone through the NBC Sports Live Extra app.

You’d normally have to login with a cable provider account, but NBC is making the NFL stream available to everyone for its 11-hour “Super Stream Sunday” event this weekend. The coverage starts at noon ET on Sunday and includes pre-game festivities, the game itself and, for the first time, the halftime show.

Mac/Apple TV:

NBCSports.com

The stream will be available at NBCSports.com/liveextra on desktop, as NBC also has the exclusive, official stream of the game for users on the desktop. NFL’s website will also forward users to NBC, so that’s the only official place to grab the game on your Mac or PC. This will likely be the best option for sending the stream over AirPlay to the big screen with Apple TV. 

International:

NFL Game Pass

Anyone can access the live stream outside of the US through a special $9.99 NFL Game Pass. Other streams options will also be available in Mexico.

Broadcasters will also have rights to stream in various countries—CTV in Canada, for instance—but access through apps will vary. All full list of international broadcasters is here

Super Bowl Ads:

As always, YouTube is collecting Super Bowl ads on its AdBlitz channel and the NFL will have the full collection on the website after they air. Verizon’s NFL Mobile app will also have the commercials. 

Highlights:

The NFL will have official highlights through its new YouTube channel and Google also announced it will integrate highlights and video clips into search results.

At the game:

Verizon and the NFL will also have a Super Bowl Stadium app that will include “exclusive in-stadium video content including commercials and replays from four different camera angles.”


Filed under: Apps, iOS, Mac Tagged: app, Apple TV, iPad, iPhone, live, live extra, NBC, NFL, patriots, seahawks, stream, Super Bowl, Super Bowl XLIX, XLIX

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January 28th

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GoPro Showed Us the First-Person Future of Live Sports Broadcasts

GoPro Showed Us the First-Person Future of Live Sports Broadcasts

Earlier today GoPro and the National Hockey League announced a partnership that for the first time would bring on-ice, POV footage to a live hockey broadcast. It's a major move, and if you're watching the X Games on ESPN this weekend you'll get to see the system in action. I'm at the Games now and got a peek at the hardware, and it's clear that while it's early days yet, this represents a gigantic leap forward in live sports broadcasting.

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January 23rd

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Apple TV adds official Cricket Australia channel down under

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Apple TV users in Australia are receiving new content today with the launch of Cricket.com.au on the platform. Cricket Australia, the governing body for professional and amateur cricket in Australia, made the announcement today noting that the channel will be free and offer the “latest videos as well as highlights from the archive.”

Cricket Australia on Apple TV will give fans free and immediate access to the latest news and features, extended highlights from every day of international cricket played in Australia this summer, as well as rare footage from the archives that showcase some of Australia’s most famous cricketing clashes… Cricket fans will also enjoy unique feature videos that go behind the scenes of Australian cricket and get closer to current stars and legends, like Shane Warne and Adam Gilchrist. Fans will also find cricket skills tutorials from the likes of George Bailey, Nathan Lyon and Ellyse Perry.

Apple TV users should be able to access the new Cricket Australia channel starting today. The press release says the app is entirely free but doesn’t specify whether or not users might be required at some point to purchase one of the service’s streaming subscriptions that usually cost $5/month or $30/year.

Last summer Apple TV users in the US also received access to cricket content through sports broadcaster Willow TV, the Official Broadcaster of Cricket in the United States and Canada. That channel, however, requires a $15/month subscription for access to most content.


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January 14th

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