Engadget’s post-WWDC 2013 live broadcast from San Francisco!

Phew! Wasn’t that fun? After months and months of abundant speculations, the opening keynote at WWDC 2013 finally allowed us to see some of the things Apple’s been working on since its last major event. Still, we can only imagine how keeping track…


ESPN Goes Realtime, Turns Its Content Firehose Into A Streaming Reader

Screen shot 2012-09-20 at 3.50.42 PMOh, it’s on. Over the last year or so, ESPN has been experimenting with better ways to present and distribute its content on the Web and on mobile. Essentially, they realized (or at least I hope they did) that their user experience on their digital properties wasn’t great and that others were sneaking up on and passing them — their dominance in TV notwithstanding. Yesterday, they launched a new product in beta called SportsCenter Feed that offers sports fans a new way to consume ESPN’s content.


Samsung snaps up mSpot, teases a boost to media cloud efforts

Talk of a Samsung cloud service might not have panned out at the Galaxy S III event, but that doesn’t mean the Korean electronics giant isn’t interested in the space. Samsung has just acquired mSpot, best known for its cloud music storage and its ear…