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Tim Cook meets with Pope Francis during whirlwind tour of Europe


No, my Friday schedule doesn't look so exciting either.
Photo: Carol Glatz

Tim Cook met with Pope Francis today. The 15-minute appointment reportedly took place from 11:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. local time, as can be seen from viewing the pope’s daily schedule, which describes a meeting between the Holy Father and “Signor Timothy Donald Cook, Amministratore Delegato di Apple.”

Enjoy Hours Of Fun With The “Crack The Case Gamer” Bundle [Deals]


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Name Your Own Price bundles have been very popular at Cult of Mac Deals, so we’re back with another one for you to enjoy. That’s right. We’ve partnered with 6 fun game developers to bring you The Crack The Case Gamer Bundle!

A keen eye and a quick mind are what you need with this bundle. Five out of the six games are in some way, shape, or form linked to solving a puzzle or mystery in order to succeed. You pay what you want for two games that will keep you gaming for hours – Nightmares From The Deep and Dark Arcana: The Carnival. And if you pay more than the average price, you’ll also receive Star Defender 4, Golden Trails: The New Western Rush, Cradle of Rome 2: Premium Edition, and Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden.

Apple Continues To Bring Flyover & 3D Buildings To More Cities In Maps



When Apple launched its new Maps app with iOS 6 last September, one of its headline features, Flyover, only supported a handful of big cities. But the Cupertino company has been hard at work in the background to extend its reach, adding support for additional locations all over the world.

In the past few months, Apple has brought Flyover to an additional 16 cities, plus extended its coverage in 14 of the cities already supported.

Pope Blesses iPod Touch For Use at The Vatican



To businesses that continue to run Windows XP on PCs hooked up to CRT monitors, and those still issuing their employees with the Nokia 3310, take note: As part of a new pilot scheme due to run until December, The Vatican is issuing each of its visitors with an iPod Touch, pre-loaded with a special app that promises to make their visit even more enriching.

Touching the divine has never been so easy!