"Rumor: Apple to improve battery life in next-gen iPhone via 2-cell design, transition to OLED display"
"The Late Show pokes fun at Samsung Galaxy S8’s revolutionary “No Fire” feature"
"Notebooks and tablets may be banned from cabin baggage on certain inbound flights to the U.S. from U.K., Europe"
"Apple to launch “Today at Apple” workshops beginning in May"
"iOS Control Center “bug” discovered, may lead to freeze or crash"
"Rumor: Apple could be exploring space-based broadband Internet options via ex-Google hires, discussions with Boeing"
"Recently located documents show Apple places pressure on recyclers to shred MacBooks, iPhones"
"Tim Cook once threatened to remove Uber from the App Store regarding company practices"
"Rumor: Intel to unveil Basin Falls platform in May, could launch Coffee Lake chips in August"
"Apple Maps update, now includes EV charging stations, bicycle rental and dropoff points for EU, New York"
prMac (Checked 11:15 PM; no changes since 8:45 AM CDT)
"Prizmo Go - Instant Text Capture - hits the App Store"
"Ex-Microsoft employee builds a Construction Calculator - done right"
"Bauer Media adds Weight Watchers Australia to Magzter"
"Package Central for Adobe InDesign Improves XMP Metadata Processing"
"DEVONtechnologies celebrates 15th anniversary with huge discounts"
"New System Clock for macOS by B-Eng now available"
"Monochrome 3.4.1 is now available in the Mac App Store"
"Mighty Networks takes on Facebook Groups native mobile app"
"Mokool Sports Games Launches Comprehensive Collection of Hockey Emojis"
"IGG Software Releases Banktivity 6"
Softpedia (Checked 11:15 PM; no changes since 11:00 PM CDT)
"WebCatalog 4.1.12 (MIT License) - Access multiple web applications via the same standalone application in order to declutter your browser and optimize your workflow"
"RUMlogNG 3.4 Build 160 (Donationware) - HAM radio logging utility that is able to deal with radio or satellite bands and is able to load LoTW and eQSL users and DXCC and SCP data from online resources"
"MONIT 1.2 (Commercialware) - View details about your system and network performance from the comfort if your Notification Center panel with the helps of this minimalist widget"
"Head Basketball 1.4.1 (Freeware) - Man to man basketball game that features intuitive controls and allows you to play against your friends on the same machine, or in multiplayer mode"
"Cytoscape 3.5.1 (LGPL) - Open source bioinformatics software platform for visualizing molecular interaction networks and biological pathways from within a user-friendly interface"
"Git 2.12.2 / 2.13 RC 1 (GPL) - A reliable, free and open source distributed version control system specially made to help you to efficiently and easily manage large and small projects"
"Tampermonkey 4.2.7 / 4.3.5443 Beta (Donationware) - A popular extension for Google Chrome, Opera Next and other Blink-based browsers that makes you browser compatible with GreaseMonkey"
"Atom 1.16.0 / 1.17.0 Beta 4 (MIT License) - A highly customizable and fully-featured text editor based on modern web technologies and packed with tools designed for developers"
"SILKYPIX Developer Studio 184.108.40.206 (Trial) - A handy and intuitive RAW photo processor that enables you to enhance, adjust, correct and convert RAW pictures into popular image formats"
"ProSelect 2017r1.4 (Trial) - Straightforward and all-encompassing OS X solution designed for professional portraiture studios that need a presentation, sales and workflow application"
TidBITS (Checked 11:15 PM CDT; no changes since Wednesday)
"External Link: Unroll.me Sold Its Users’ Email Data to Uber"
"External Link: Rogue Amoeba Releases Airfoil Satellite TV for Apple TV"
"Apple’s New Clips App Is iMovie for the Social Age"
"Pages 6.1.1, Numbers 4.1.1, and Keynote 7.1.1 for Mac"
"TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 24 April 2017"
"ExtraBITS for 24 April 2017"
"External Link: Apple Acknowledges Weird “Discontinued” Email Messages"
"External Link: Tim Cook Dressed Down Uber for Spying on iPhone Users"
"MacTech Pro 2017 Dates and Locations"
Touch Arcade (Checked 11:15 PM; no changes since 8:00 PM CDT)
"RPG Reload File 102 - 'Dragon Quest 3'"
"'Sandbox Evolution' Is Adding Some Crazy Vehicles in its Next Update"
"'Missile Cards' is Like a Solitaire Card Game Take on 'Missile Command', Coming to Mobile Soon"
"You Can Apply to Test Wadjet Eye Games' 'Technobabylon' on iOS"
"'Duelyst' Adds New Temporary Mode on First Anniversary, iOS Beta Currently in Limited Testing"
"'Miles and Kilo', the 'Kid Tripp' Sequel, Releases on May 11th"
"Pre-Register for 'Injustice 2' and Get Catwoman as an Exclusive Character"
"'Burly Men at Sea' Will Now Look Even Burlier on Your Apple TV"
"'Lowlander II: Lowerlander' Promises More 'Ultima II' RPG Homage, and Needs Beta Testers"
"Fantastic Arena Platformer 'Penarium' Arrives on Mobile"
9to5Mac (Checked 11:15 PM; no changes since 10:30 PM CDT)
"Apple Music reportedly strikes deal with popular social media app Musical.ly"
"Apple shares images & video from grand opening of its stunning new Dubai Mall retail store [Gallery]"
"First images of Apple’s self-driving Lexus test vehicles emerge"
"President Trump to reportedly meet with Apple’s manufacturing partner Foxconn"
"More detailed alleged iPhone 8 schematic surfaces, suggests wireless charging will be based on Qi tech"
"App Store raising prices in Denmark, Mexico, and Euro currency territories"
"Apple Watch SOS calls 911 after college student’s car crash"
"Google now shows links to music and video streaming services in iOS search results"
"Apple releases fifth iOS 10.3.2 beta"
"9to5Toys Last Call: LG 34″ UltraWide Monitor $299, Philips Hue Starter Kit $163, Bluetooth Headphones $22, more"
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