Apple’s “Spring Forward” event may be focused on introducing the Apple Watch to the world, but a sword-slinging epic full of intrigue, gore and dragons is turning heads. Apple CEO Tim Cook and HBO chairman and CEO Richard Plepler announced a partnership between the two companies that makes the Apple TV streaming box the exclusive place for HBO Now content. Related stories Apple first to offer HBO’s standline online service Full coverage of Apple’s March 9 event A new trailer for Season 5 of “Game of Thrones” injected some adrenaline into Apple’s affair. Full of dimly lit images, the trailer focuses on the interplay between the rival families, gives us a glimpse at Tyrion Lannister’s scraggly on-the-run look and a seriously determined Daenerys Targaryen and shows off a much larger dragon than we’ve seen before. The little flying lizards are growing up to be some seriously dangerous monsters. Though the deal includes HBO’s past and present properties, including “Deadwood,” ” The Wire” and current hits like “True Detective,” everybody seems truly excited for more of George RR Martin’s bloody fantasy epic. CNET’s Dan Ackerman, covering the event on-site, offered up this quick analysis: “Game of Thrones — to steal a… Read full this story
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