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Month / May 2015
“Dentist Charles Schneider skipped lunch and went to the library instead. He’s heading back to this clinic with the books ‘Temporal Paradoxes’ and ‘Retrocausaility in Practice.'”
There’s an undercurrent of weirdness in Does Not Commute (free, universal) that Fox Mulder would love. The beautiful and challenging strategy game from Mediocre has you driving various vehicles — from sedans to speed boats to ice cream trucks — through several neighborhoods, being careful to beat the clock and avoid the other drivers. It’s challenging, thematic and a lot of fun. Here’s my look at Does Not Commute.
Here are some of the best free apps, app updates and new apps that have landed in the App Store recently. Today’s notable apps include a discount on Pinnacle Studio; the Heroes and Castles 2 game; and a significant update to Day One for OS X. All app prices are USD and subject to change. Some deals may expire quickly, so grab them while you can.
Here are some of the best free apps, app updates and new apps that have landed in the App Store recently. Today’s notable apps include a discount on Transloader for OS X, the new Tallowmere game and a notable update to Transmit for iOS. All app prices are USD and subject to change. Some deals may expire quickly, so grab them while you can.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has joined Weibo, a microblogging service by China’s Sina Corp. The service has 200 million active users and, as of this writing, Cook’s verified account has over 320,000 followers.
Cook’s sign-up happens just as Apple has announced great progress towards its environmental initiatives in China, which is a very big market for the company.
I wonder if Weibo has a fail whale
Apple has greatly advanced its environmental initiatives in China, including the creation and management of one million acres of responsibly-managed forest.
The forest project is a partnership between Apple and World Wildlife Fund China, which represents another step towards Apple’s goal of having a net-zero impact on the world’s virgin fiber.
Apple is also building a 40-megawatt solar farm in Sichuan Province, which will generate enough energy to power the equivalent of 61,000 Chinese homes.
Waiting for your card issuer to support Apple Pay? Check the list below.
Apple has updated its Apple Pay support page with the names of 24 new participating card issuers. Most of the newcomers are credit unions this time around. In related news, Home Depot has announced its plans to support the service in the very near future.