Remember when FXX played every episode of The Simpsons and we were all held hostage by our television sets? Well, good news: FXX has announced its “Simpsons World” app through FXNOW that will allow you to watch them all over again.
It’s that time of the week again, and BGR is bringing you a roundup of the best new content on Netflix for your streaming pleasure. A lot of your time is wasted by looking around Netflix for something you haven’t seen yet, so this update will save you some precious ticks on the clock.
We’ve been through the entire Bendgate fiasco and figured out that if you intentionally bend a thin phone you paid a lot of money for it will probably bend. But one iPhone 6 owner is claiming that his new phone didn’t just bend — it also caught fire. RELATED: Yet another Apple fan who mocked ‘Bendgate’ finds himself …
On Thursday, Apple held an event and unveiled the new iPad mini 3, iPad Air 2 and a refreshed iMac with a 5K Retina display. Apple executives weren’t all business while on stage in California, however, as Apple’s software chief Craig Federighi took some time to reveal to the world that Apple has enlisted Stephen Colbert as its new “chief of secrecy.”
Sometimes you see people who are so fashionable and stylish that it makes you feel like your own wardrobe is a disaster. And then you see something like the Drunk J. Crew Tumblr and instantly feel better about yourself.
When you’re an Apple fanboy, you’re willing to go to great lengths to show your devotion to the brand. That devotion could lead you to make a pilgrimage to Steve Jobs’ childhood home to take pictures in front it… and not even consider doing such a thing the least bit creepy.
Find My iPhone has bailed out a lot of people who have lost their devices over the years and now one police officer has come up with a new use for the application: Saving a woman that was stranded in 500-foot ravine.
Advertising for Interstellar is ramping up and the Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway film is looking to be another smash-hit from Christopher Nolan (Dark Knight Trilogy and Inception).
On Monday, Google quietly filed an application with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission seeking permission to conduct tests in California. These tests were across different wireless spectrums, including one frequency capable of transmitting large amounts of data. Why is Google doing this? Google could be testing the waters with its ultra-fast wireless service.
On Thursday, Apple unveiled the new iPad mini 3, and it seems a lot of the leaked information that we heard about the device was accurate, including support for Touch ID.