Digital Media

Media and the MLB: The iPad Doesn’t Go Everywhere

SpaceKateGal confirmed last week that iPads are not allowed in Yankee Stadium. The device apparently falls into the laptop computers category as depicted below in the Stadium Security policies write...

Watch TechCrunch Disrupt Live

disrupt on livestream.com. Broadcast Live Free TechCrunch's Disrupt conference kicked off today and as I type 1,780 people are watching live. Click on the video above to tune in. You can...

Google: As Open as They Claim?

Google hit us hard at the I/O conference; they want to keep everyone buzzing about not only the Android, but the benevolent concept of open source. Google even keeps a...

Shrek Interactive Storybook Available For iPad and iPhone

iStoryTime and Dreamworks Animation have made so you can take a little piece of the newest Shrek movie Shrek Forever After off the big screen and onto your iPhone or iPad. ...

TV Meets Web. Web Meets TV – Google TV Announced

Announced today in partnership with electronics giants Sony, Logitech and Intel, Google has unveiled a new product that aims to fully integrate television and the internet. It's not the first time TV...

Google vs Apple: The iTunes Competitor

If there’s one thing we’ve learned at Google’s I/O conference the past couple days, it’s that Google and Apple are still at each other's throats in downright war. The Google...

Barnes & Noble Announce New Self-Publishing Service “PubIt!”

While it's already possible for indie writers to self-publish through Amazon, Barnes & Noble - the world's biggest "physical" retailers - have just announced plans for a new self-publishing service called...

Borders Releases $149 Kobo eReader

Borders is set to challenge the Apple iPad, Amazon.com's Kindle and Barnes & Noble Nook with their own low cost e-reader, the new $149 Kobo. The Kobo, like the Kindle, is a...

Apple and Adobe Lock Horns Over Flash

Following months of criticism from developers over Apple's decision to shun Flash support from its mobile devices, Steve Jobs has hit-back at Adobe in an essay posted recently on...