The National Football League is planning to live-stream all three games scheduled to be played in London next season, and Apple and Alphabet (a Google subsidiary) are among the technology companies in talks to buy the rights to conduct the streams, reports Reuters, quoting two (unnamed) “sources familiar with the matter.”Read More
In your Apple news today:
- Apple is invited to bid for digital broadcasting rights to NFL's Thursday Night Football
- There's a dedicated Star Wars radio station on Apple Music
- Missed the "Steve Jobs" movie? It'll be out on digital February 2, 2016 and on Blu-ray and DVD February 16.
- Do you like Facebook Messenger? You can now use it to order an Uber ride!
On this day in 1969, mankind first walked on the Moon as two the Apollo 11 astronauts -- Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin -- stepped outside of the lunar module "Eagle". On this day in 2015, here's what happenend in the world of Apple:
- The National Football League announced a new domestic Game Pass service compatible with Apple TV
- MTV announced that it will reveal the nominees for the 2015 Video Music Awards on Apple's Beats 1 radio station tomorrow at 7 AM PT/10 AM ET
- Apple World Today will be liveblogging the Apple 3Q 2015 earnings call. You can listen to the call yourself at http://www.apple.com/quicktime/qtv/earningsq315 but you'll have to visit Apple World Today for our commentary
- Apple's leasing about 30,000 square feet of office space in Seattle