MLB At Bat 2012 has just hit the App Store and is now available to download for free! Baseball fans can either download the app and get the basic features, or buy the season pass for $15 and get even more features from the app.
With the season pass, users can get live game day audio, pitch tracking, and play-by-play updates. MLB also features one live game a day that users can pay to watch right from within the app via in-app purchase.
MLB.TV subscribers, however, can watch any game they want. With the $125 MLB.TV subscription, users can also watch any game they want through the Apple TV with the stock app that already comes with the device.
The MLB At Bat 2012 service starts when spring training begins on March 3rd. Head over to the App Store now and check it out!
Before being an iPhone enthusiast, I was a big fan of RIM and their Blackberry smartphone line. In fact, I didn’t make the jump to the iPhone until the iPhone 4 was released. At that point, it was obvious that Blackberry just wouldn’t cut it anymore.
Frankly, it’s kind of sad how fast the company has fallen. RIM technically created the “smartphone,” and now it has been pushed out of its own market. Companies and businesses continue to drop RIM for their more appealing competitors, and now another big client has made the jump…
CutYourSim is back and is once again offering permanent factory unlocks for iPhones. You might remember the company from last year as it was one of the first to offer this kind of service, before Apple cracked down on them and forced them to shut down.
But it looks like the company is back at it and announced this morning that they will be taking orders for official and permanent unlocks for the iPhone:
We’re only a week from the iPad 3 event and the speculations and rumors have yet to slow down. The latest comes from Gizmodo, claiming that the iPad 3 may actually be Home button-less.
In the iPad 3 event invitation cards that were sent out by Apple, the background is of what is supposed to be the next-generation Retina-display iPad 3. However, something seems to be off, and has created quite a buzz around the blogosphere: where in the world is the Home button?
SprintTV for the iPhone has just launch on the App Store and is available to download for free. The free app brings 15 free channels covering everything from sports and entertainment to news.
"Get a front row seat to LIVE sports on ESPN Mobile TV including college football, baseball, basketball, hockey, horseracing and more. Watch live breaking news as it happens on ABC News, highlights from the day’s top stories on NBC News, celebrity news from Entertainment Tonight and Access Hollywood, plus weather updates on The Weather Channel. Catch up on your favorite primetime shows like CSI, NCIS, The Office, 30 Rock, Covert Affairs and much, much more. Sprint TV even offers the best in kids programming from Disney Channel. Download the app and stream the shows via Wi-Fi or Cellular network!"
Head over to the App Store now and check it out!
Apple has just been on a roll lately, reporting record high sales last quarter and becoming the top smartphone maker in the world. But that’s not all…
Yesterday, Apple’s marketcap hit $500 billion dollars, leading as the world’s most valuable company. The company is actually worth more than Google and Microsoft put together. Apple reached 536 points, and we should continue to see a rise when the stock exchange opens back up tomorrow morning.
Excitement over last quarters' numbers the upcoming iPad 3 has definitely been building, and it looks like investors are ready to throw down…
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It’s here folks! For months we’ve all been waiting for the next-generation iPad to make an appearance and now we have an official date: March 7th.
Several credible sources including The Verge and The Loop are reporting that they have received official media invites to Apple’s iPad 3 event. While the initiation doesn’t specifically say anything about unveiling the next iPad, the Retina-Display iPad in the background of the invitation is kind of obvious.
The event is to be held in San Francisco, California at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. They keynote will start at 10am PST on March 7th. Make sure to tune in to iPD that day to know all the details about the event!