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September 10, 2010 | David Sarno
In a rare nod toward digital openness, Apple Inc. on Thursday loosened rules about the types of applications and advertisements that can run on its iPhone family of mobile products. Earlier this year, Apple had in effect choked off a range of applications that were originally created for other devices — the personal computer or Android-based phones, for instance — forcing developers to adopt specific Apple-approved programming methods. That didn't sit well with many programmers, who generally like to win the largest audiences they can by getting their games and apps on a number of different devices.
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December 12, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
video platform video management video solutions video player "Jingle bell, jingle bells, jingle ... hey guys, I need some backup here," said the frustrated singer. Hey, creative differences among the band members ... we get that. But behind the "music" were the Washington Capitals and the "singer" was Russian superstar Alex Ovechkin. The Capitals' Christmas video came out on Thursday, hit the Internet and charmed hockey fans and lovers of truly hideous holiday garb.
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NEWS
December 15, 2011 | By Michael A. Memoli
Herman Cain is no longer running for president. He doesn't think he's likely to be picked as the eventual nominee's running mate, either. But he does have a Cabinet post in mind should the GOP win the White House next fall: secretary of Defense. Cain shared the idea with ABC's Barbara Walters during her annual special on the "10 Most Fascinating People. " And the veteran journalist was just a bit surprised. (see video below) "What?!" she asked. "Not Treasury?" PHOTOS: Political scandals and gaffes of 2011 Cain said he thought he'd be a good pick because he wants to "influence rebuilding our military the way it should be. " Walters, still stunned, reminded Cain of his struggles during the campaign with topics like Libya.
SPORTS
December 11, 2013 | By Chuck Schilken
Andrew McCutchen envisioned telling the world how much he loved his girlfriend from the top of the highest mountain. He also thought he might do it with a voice as loud as a lion's roar ... times a billion! Now that's loud. When those two options apparently didn't work out, the Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder and newly crowned National League MVP got some help from Ellen DeGeneres, who let him proclaim his love for Maria Hanslovan on her daytime talk show Wednesday. video platform video management video solutions video player "I didn't do any of this for the publicity.
SPORTS
December 12, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
video platform video management video solutions video player "Jingle bell, jingle bells, jingle ... hey guys, I need some backup here," said the frustrated singer. Hey, creative differences among the band members ... we get that. But behind the "music" were the Washington Capitals and the "singer" was Russian superstar Alex Ovechkin. The Capitals' Christmas video came out on Thursday, hit the Internet and charmed hockey fans and lovers of truly hideous holiday garb.
NEWS
November 11, 2011 | By Michael A. Memoli
Americans are set to hear Rep. Gabrielle Giffords speak publicly for the first time in months, as she describes with her husband the grueling 10-month recovery from an assassination attempt in January. ABC News' Diane Sawyer interviewed Giffords and Mark Kelly for a special to air Monday night. It includes video footage of the Arizona Democrat through various stages of her recovery after being shot in the head from close range at a constituent event in Tucson. The network has released a brief excerpt showing Giffords saying only a few short phrases.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 17, 2012 | By Matt Donnelly
Russell Brand may be known for his eccentric eloquence, but don't expect him to target ex-wife Katy Perry with any long-winded commentary regarding their defunct marriage. "I still love her as a human being," he said Thursday, "but sometimes when you're in a relationship I suppose it doesn't work out, does it? But that doesn't mean I regret it or anything. " Appearing on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," Brand summed it up succinctly. "I was very happy to be married with her," he said.
NEWS
November 30, 2011 | By James Oliphant, Washington Bureau
Herman Cain's campaign manager says he isn't dropping out. His latest accuser, Ginger White, is bearing down. Cain spoke at an event at a Michigan college Tuesday night and gave little clue about his future, but his campaign manager, Mark Block, told ABC News that the candidate isn't exiting the race. Meanwhile, White showed up on the high-altitude platform of ABC's "Good Morning America" Wednesday and insisted she's telling the truth about a long-term extramarital relationship she had with Cain.
NATIONAL
March 29, 2012 | By Rene Lynch
Newly emerged video reportedly shot by surveillance cameras at the Sanford, Fla., Police Department on the night of the Trayvon Martin shooting offers the public the first look at Martin's assailant, George Zimmerman, on the night of the shooting. ABC News, which obtained the video and released it Wednesday night, said it shows “no blood or bruises” on the handcuffed, trim- and muscular-looking suspect as he steps out of the back of a police cruiser, is frisked by an officer and walks escorted into the police building.
SPORTS
December 11, 2013 | By Chuck Schilken
Andrew McCutchen envisioned telling the world how much he loved his girlfriend from the top of the highest mountain. He also thought he might do it with a voice as loud as a lion's roar ... times a billion! Now that's loud. When those two options apparently didn't work out, the Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder and newly crowned National League MVP got some help from Ellen DeGeneres, who let him proclaim his love for Maria Hanslovan on her daytime talk show Wednesday. video platform video management video solutions video player "I didn't do any of this for the publicity.
NATIONAL
May 26, 2012 | By Dalina Castellanos
video platform video management video solutions video player Boulder, Colo., couple Timothy Justice and Doreen Orion at first thought they'd been roused from their sleep by a raccoon. The bedroom door leading outside had been closed but not locked; that was usually enough to keep critters out -- but maybe one had found a way in. Then the couple saw a human figure coming toward them. They shouted, warning the person to leave, that they had a gun. The intruder seemed undeterred, continuing to head for the couple.  Justice pulled out a gun and shot into the darkness.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 17, 2012 | By Matt Donnelly
Russell Brand may be known for his eccentric eloquence, but don't expect him to target ex-wife Katy Perry with any long-winded commentary regarding their defunct marriage. "I still love her as a human being," he said Thursday, "but sometimes when you're in a relationship I suppose it doesn't work out, does it? But that doesn't mean I regret it or anything. " Appearing on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," Brand summed it up succinctly. "I was very happy to be married with her," he said.
BUSINESS
April 5, 2012 | By Amy Hubbard
video platform video management video solutions video player Samantha Brick has discovered that when you write about your own good looks, people will not react well. The backlash from her Daily Mail column, "There Are Downsides to Looking This Pretty," has gone viral.  And this week, the British woman spoke about the evidence of the vitriol on ABC's "Good Morning America" -- "the thousands of vile messages I've had on Twitter, the thousands of vile emails I've had to my personal account, the messages I've had on my own answerphone.
NATIONAL
March 29, 2012 | By Rene Lynch
Newly emerged video reportedly shot by surveillance cameras at the Sanford, Fla., Police Department on the night of the Trayvon Martin shooting offers the public the first look at Martin's assailant, George Zimmerman, on the night of the shooting. ABC News, which obtained the video and released it Wednesday night, said it shows “no blood or bruises” on the handcuffed, trim- and muscular-looking suspect as he steps out of the back of a police cruiser, is frisked by an officer and walks escorted into the police building.
NEWS
December 15, 2011 | By Michael A. Memoli
Herman Cain is no longer running for president. He doesn't think he's likely to be picked as the eventual nominee's running mate, either. But he does have a Cabinet post in mind should the GOP win the White House next fall: secretary of Defense. Cain shared the idea with ABC's Barbara Walters during her annual special on the "10 Most Fascinating People. " And the veteran journalist was just a bit surprised. (see video below) "What?!" she asked. "Not Treasury?" PHOTOS: Political scandals and gaffes of 2011 Cain said he thought he'd be a good pick because he wants to "influence rebuilding our military the way it should be. " Walters, still stunned, reminded Cain of his struggles during the campaign with topics like Libya.
NEWS
November 30, 2011 | By James Oliphant, Washington Bureau
Herman Cain's campaign manager says he isn't dropping out. His latest accuser, Ginger White, is bearing down. Cain spoke at an event at a Michigan college Tuesday night and gave little clue about his future, but his campaign manager, Mark Block, told ABC News that the candidate isn't exiting the race. Meanwhile, White showed up on the high-altitude platform of ABC's "Good Morning America" Wednesday and insisted she's telling the truth about a long-term extramarital relationship she had with Cain.
BUSINESS
April 5, 2012 | By Amy Hubbard
video platform video management video solutions video player Samantha Brick has discovered that when you write about your own good looks, people will not react well. The backlash from her Daily Mail column, "There Are Downsides to Looking This Pretty," has gone viral.  And this week, the British woman spoke about the evidence of the vitriol on ABC's "Good Morning America" -- "the thousands of vile messages I've had on Twitter, the thousands of vile emails I've had to my personal account, the messages I've had on my own answerphone.
NATIONAL
May 26, 2012 | By Dalina Castellanos
video platform video management video solutions video player Boulder, Colo., couple Timothy Justice and Doreen Orion at first thought they'd been roused from their sleep by a raccoon. The bedroom door leading outside had been closed but not locked; that was usually enough to keep critters out -- but maybe one had found a way in. Then the couple saw a human figure coming toward them. They shouted, warning the person to leave, that they had a gun. The intruder seemed undeterred, continuing to head for the couple.  Justice pulled out a gun and shot into the darkness.
NEWS
November 11, 2011 | By Michael A. Memoli
Americans are set to hear Rep. Gabrielle Giffords speak publicly for the first time in months, as she describes with her husband the grueling 10-month recovery from an assassination attempt in January. ABC News' Diane Sawyer interviewed Giffords and Mark Kelly for a special to air Monday night. It includes video footage of the Arizona Democrat through various stages of her recovery after being shot in the head from close range at a constituent event in Tucson. The network has released a brief excerpt showing Giffords saying only a few short phrases.
TRAVEL
July 24, 2011 | By Christopher Reynolds, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
At the top of the mountain, where an attendant will take your $46 ticket, foot traffic is steady and cellphone reception is excellent. At the bottom of the same mountain, the town teems with pizzerias, tourists chatter in half a dozen languages and a school band director is herding his traditionally costumed students into formation. "Roki! Roki!" he seems to be hollering. And then, as darkness falls, his young trumpeters and drummers launch into the rousing theme from Sylvester Stallone's first hit movie.
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