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Even though Apple founder Steve Jobs sits on the Disney board of directors, that won’t stop the company from shacking up with Google’s Android platform. According to Venturebeat, Disney mobile has announced that three apps will be available to run … Continue reading
We know that Apple provided Pixar designers the opportunity to meet with their head product design team while coming up with the concept for the robot ‘Eve’ from Wall-E, but was the collaboration between the two companies before that? /Film … Continue reading
If you’re one of those people who isn’t afraid to trust their iPad to their children, then Disney Publishing has a new app for you. They’ve just launched the original Princess Dress-Up: My Sticker Book App on the App Store. … Continue reading
Just when everyone thought the Sit-Com was dead it has been re-incarnated in the form of the mock documentary. ABC’s entry into that genre is “Modern Family” and it’s in serious consideration to win a number of Emmy’s this year. … Continue reading