The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple has been building out an extensive network of data centers and connections as groundwork for moving deeper into television. Today, Apple uses a mix of content that is hosted in Apple-owned data centers and content distribution from Level 3 and Akamai, which is a good strategy for more “static” content like what is currently available in the iTunes store. Essentially, Apple can push a copy of “Thor: The Dark World” to Akamai and let them provide the servers and bandwidth to all of the users who purchase the movie.
Old Man Winter just won’t let up around this here crib zone so if the chill wind has got you down too, then here’s this week’s Apple TV Pix Picks to warm up your winter weekend blues.
It’s the end of January and that means Hollywood Awards Season is in full swing with the People’s Choice, Golden Globes and the SAG’s already handed out and the Big One (Oscars) on the way so this week we thought we’d offer up at least one of the Nominees along with some other past choices. Of course we’ve also set out our usual cinematic smorgasbord for your weekend munching so go right ahead and dig in. [click to continue…]
Old Man Winter is here to stay for a tick so let’s get those hibernating Apple TV’s fired up this weekend and heat up this chilly January with a little cinematic love. And here’s this week’s hottest Pix Picks to get you there. [click to continue…]
Baby, it’s cold outside (for some of us) and kicking it on the couch in front of the warm glow of our Apple TV never looked so sweet. So if you’re in the same icy January boat we’ve got this week’s hot Pix Picks to light that fire and keep it roaring through the weekend!
Happy New Year Movie Fans! Yes, it’s time to start fresh and take off fast so here’s this week’s Pix Picks with a soft spotlight on some of the more inspirational efforts available to lift you up clean into 2014. And some of the other kind too…