The battle between Google TV and Apple TV took another turn this week and there are still no clear victors.
I recently opted for Apple TV because I wanted the original version but wasn’t prepared to pay the price. The re-release and price reduction to £99.99 may prove beneficial in the war as it snapped up early buyers.
Although not instantly blown away by Apple TV, I recognise the potential in what’s to come. Initially, the UK version does not give you access to TV programmes, just films and your own iTunes library. But, that will come in time in addition to apps or extensions similar to that on the iPhone.
Ticketless for Glastonbury. It never used to be a problem, for the ticketless fan, a £20 note in the pocket used to be as good as a ticket in the eyes of an underpaid security guard, that was until 2002 when the superfence was installed. It seems, that since then, festivals have gone from strength to strength; Or has the music scene just improved ten-fold.Watching Glastonbury on Friday using the BBC‘s coverage on Freeview and online has reminded me how much music I have missed since being away.