Life met art in the 2016 TV Hot List. Veep, a political satire about a White House run, was declared Hottest Comedy, but was trumped by the real thing, which […]
Anyone who wants to watch livestreaming content on Twitter will soon be able to from an actual television.
Apple Inc. today revealed its top iPhone, iPad and Apple TV apps of the year. Using data from the App Store, the Cupertino, Calif.-based company detailed which apps are being used most and made a few editorial picks.
This week, Adweek is highlighting some nifty devices and accessories that should help you relax in the comfort of your own home. Have a look!
Apple TV is going to be the only way to watch HBO's cord-cutter-friendly streaming service, at least when the service launches. HBO Now will debut at the beginning of April, according to network CEO Richard Plepler, who spoke at Apple's press conference this morning in San Francisco, and will play exclusively on Apple hardware.
Apple's event in San Francisco today isn't only about the Apple Watch. CEO Tim Cook started the product demonstration with a quick update on some of the company's latest devices and services, and the numbers are rather astonishing.
Google is buying mDialog, a small player in the digital video ad space to add to the search giant's DoubleClick collection.
Gary Busey's at his manic, unhinged best in WongDoody's spot introducing the $99 Amazon Fire TV set-top box.
Could Comcast users say goodbye to fuzzy, buffering videos and hello to fast, HD-quality content thanks to a rumored deal with Apple?