While rumors fly in the United States about Apple’s possible entry into car manufacturing, the company has officially added vehicles to its Swiss corporate documents describing the company’s activities.
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The Apple Watch will offer a low power, “time only” mode to help conserve battery strength, says a new report from The New York Times.
The BTSP-10 Plus is a well built, compact, and very simple bluetooth speaker that comes in at a very sweet price. it’s small size and built-in battery make the speaker very portable, regardless of where you need it next.
Central City Police Department crime scene investigator Barry Allen, AKA The Flash speeds to the screen of your iPhone 6 Plus!
The Triforce Desktop USB Charger is a stylishly triangular aluminum-wrapped, slightly quirky looking piece of work that sports a built-in 48W of charging power, accessible via one of four USB outlets.
If you know MacTrast, you know we’re big fans of CatPig Studio’s excellent Mac Internet radio app, Radium. We’re happy to tell you that Radium just got even better, AND it’s on sale!
Apple was recently awarded a patent that could make it even tougher for iPhone or iPad thieves to make a clean getaway.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook made a surprise visit to London’s Covent Garden Apple Store, and sat for a talk about the company’s upcoming Apple Watch.
Popular sandwich chain Firehouse Subs announced on Thursday that Apple Pay will be available as a payment option at its more than 860 locations across the United States.
Texas patent holding firm Smartflash LLC, fresh off a $532.9 million court victory against Apple, is once more suing the iPhone maker, attempting to get another payday for the same patents’ use in devices that debuted after the original case was underway.
Swedish networking company Ericsson says they’re suing Apple, following the breakdown of negotiations for a licensing deal for its patented LTE technologies. The Wall Street Journal says Ericsson is suing Apple for infringing 41 wireless-related patents.
Apple’s iCloud.com website has been updated to make its iWork for iCloud suite of productivity apps open to all users, even to those without an Apple device.
Avatron has launched Air Display 3, which allows users to use their iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad screen as a secondary display for their Mac via a USB connection.
Apple has sent out invitations to numerous media outlets for a “Spring Forward” media event to be held on Monday, March 9th. It’s expected Apple will use the event to promote the Apple Watch ahead of its scheduled April debut.
Readdle’s popular app, Printer Pro has been named as Apple’s iOS App of the Week. The app, which allows users to print attachments, documents, web pages and more right from their iPhone or iPad to any Wi-Fi or USB printer, is usually $6.99, but will be available FREE for the next seven days.