Happy Friday, Austin! Here's the most buzzworthy tech news from the last 24 hours:
Apple wants to create a digital TV guide
Recode reports that Apple is talking to TV programmers and video companies about creating a digital TV guide that would work on Apple TVs and other devices.
Users will be able to see programming that is available on apps from content creators like HBO, Netflix and ESPN without having to open the apps.
Will Rackspace Hosting be sold?
This potential sale comes two years after the cloud-computing company said it would explore a deal, the Journal notes.
A deal could be reached as soon as this week, the Journal says, citing "people familiar with the matter." Rackspace is headquartered in San Antonio and has a market value of $3 billion before Journal reported the sale rumors.
Amazon unveils its "Prime Air" plane
Amazon took the wraps off its first "Prime" Air plane at a media event on Thursday. The Boeing 767 owned by Atlas Air will help ship packages for the online retailer.
Amazon said earlier this year it wanted to fly as many as 40 dedicated cargo planes. Eleven are already in operation. Recode explains this is the first one that has been painted.
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