The HBO Now and HBO Go apps are ending support for the third-generation Apple TV at the end of April. HBO announced the retirement on March 30, and a banner is now visible in the HBO app on the older Apple TV boxes.
Facebook quietly launched an app that lets couples chat together.It’s called Tuned, and it’s meant to let partners exchange messages, music and build a digital scrapbook. Tuned was created by Facebook’s NPE division which launched in 2019.
The Great White Way will stay dark for two more months. On Wednesday, the Broadway League announced Broadway shows will extend their current suspension of all performances through at least June 7 amid the coronavirus crisis.
Tesla will reportedly cut salaries and furlough hourly workers a month after its CEO Elon Musk called the coronavirus panic “dumb.”
In August 2016, Instagram rolled out the silver bullet in its growing war against Snapchat. The Facebook-owned app rolled out Stories, a clone of a feature by the same name first introduced by Snap in 2013 that allowed users to share photos and videos that disappear after 24 hours.
The legendary country folk songwriter died after being hospitalized for the coronavirus nearly two weeks.
The Warren Buffett meme with versions of the legendary investor’s advice to be fearful when others are greedy, and to be greedy when others are fearful, has been making the rounds on social media as the markets have rocked and rolled over the last few weeks.
Tesla has released a video with an impressive look inside Gigafactory Shanghai, which is currently Tesla’s only vehicle factory in operation.
Despite clubs — many of which are owned by multi-billionaire businessmen — earning billions of dollars from the current television rights deal, several have already taken the decision to place non-playing staff on temporary leave, while continuing to pay their players vast sums.
The popular Canadian comedy created by father-son team Eugene and Dan Levy aired its final episode on Tuesday.