Well, the heat continues to be ON and if you’re anything like us then a weekend spent in the cooler temps of your ManCave (or WomanCave as the case may be) may be sounding more and more appealing all the time. So with your summer heatwaved well-being and general state-of-mind as our goals we humbly offer this week’s entertainment choices.
After setting off our fireworks arsenals, firing up our BBQ’s, slurping heroic amounts of ice cold beer and otherwise celebrating our independence from the British (at least I think it was the Brits) we’re going to do what we do best. Kick back, watch TV and yell at the screen!
So if you’re also celebrating your own independence (any type will suffice) we salute you with a few pix that may make it a little easier to cut ties with your outdoor weekend festivities.
FireCore has released aTV Flash (black) 2.3 for Apple TV 2, which includes a bunch of new features, stability improvements and support for the recently released Apple TV 5.3 firmware. According to FireCore, the new version of aTV Flash (black) is also the first step to bring a number of the new features of Infuse to the Apple TV.
Have you ever been jealous of that Nintendo Wii controller or Playstation Move? It is really cool use a hand controller as a baseball stick or a lightsaber and jump into action. Feels much more realistic than common controls, too. Well now, with an Apple TV and an iPhone, you could have that too. This is not a hack, but an awesome concept in the form of an app.
It’s too crazy hot to venture outdoors, it’s still only June and it certainly looks like we’re in for a summer of the Long, Hot variety so… Hack in, jack in, fire up that Big Screen then get cool and comfortable with these streaming flicks waiting for you at your climate-controlled fingertips! Here are this Week’s Top Choices for the movie services available on the Apple TV.
It is always nice to get more out of our hockey pucks called Apple TV. And that, too, without a jailbreak. Cherry on top. Making this possible is a hack claiming to bring Russian subscription service Unlimovie.tv to the Apple TV. Though this Russian movie service may not be of much relevance in other parts of the world, the discovery of such exploits can open doors to providers in other countries too.