The popular Pokemon Go app continues to generate multiple newsworthy items, so we decided to put the most recent items all in one place for your enjoyment(?)
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Apple is offering a hand up to China aid efforts, following mass flooding and rainfall in the region since June. The Cupertino firm has donated $1 million to relief efforts.
If you love salad, but you find yourself falling into a rut, using the same ingredients over and over, a new app might be just the thing you’re looking for! Salad Shake offers great new salad combinations with the shake of your iPhone.
Independent developer Renniksoft recently released Telly Genius 1.2, their viewing recommendation app for iOS devices.
What if you could build your own unique smartwatch, depending on what you’ll be doing each day? With the BLOCKS Smartwatch, you can do exactly that!
Despite a limited launch in only The United States, New Zealand, and Australia, Pokémon Go has become a huge hit.
Apple will pay $25 million to settle a patent lawsuit covering patents related to technology used in Apple’s Cover Flow and Time Machine.
Jordyn Castor is a 22-year-old Apple engineer who has been blind since birth. Jordan currently works for Apple, improving the company’s accessibility features.
While Pokémon Go has players exploring their real-life world to discover new Pokémon, 19-year-old Wyoming resident Shayla Wiggins found something that no other player has discovered… A dead body.
This week’s Apple Classic wallpaper collection comes courtesy of Jason Zigrino, who has supplied us with some great wallpapers in the past.
MovieSherlock Pro Video Downloader for Mac offers movie fans an easy way to download their favorite streaming videos, so they can view them no matter where they are!
Parallels Desktop 11 for Mac is the perfect solution for Mac users who still need to visit the world of Windows from time to time. And now, you can get a great discount when you buy Parallels with any other MacTrast Deal!
YATATOY’s LOOPIMAL, the entertaining animal themed music app for kids is Apple’s iOS free App of the Week. The game, usually $2.99, will be available free for the next 7 days.
Pegs ‘n Holes offers a colorful logic-based puzzle challenge, as players must determine the correct sequence of moves to use the colorful pegs to fill the color-matched holes.
A report from earlier this week indicates ESPN will soon be announcing its first web-based streaming television package, which will offer up smaller, minor sports leagues and possibly some college sports.
A fully 64-bit version of Office 2016 is finally on its way. Microsoft has released the first drop of the 64-bit version of its venerable productivity suite to “Insider Fast Channel” members.