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ESPN shoots and scores.
One of the apps in this week's roundup helps you build the ultimate Kodak moment, while others help you stay more focused, more organized, and even more informed.
Read-it-later service Pocket now sorts your stories by length and popularity, making it easier to power through your reading list.
In this week's Mac app roundup, we'll help you organize your time, read your news, manage your every thought, and even … learn your ABCs.
The latest update to the Pocket app brings several much awaited improvements.
SushiReader is a good RSS reader for readers who don't need a lot of features.
Black Pixel on Monday released NetNewsWire 4 for Mac as a public beta. The company promises that more features, including sync, will be arriving in the coming months.
Feedly on Monday said it would provide its own API to established apps that previously used the retiring Google API as the foundation for their own offerings.
Founder sells the original "read it later" service for long-form reading on the Internet.
Developer Silvio Rizzi has promised that he will continue to develop his Google Reader-based Mac/iOS RSS app Reeder even after the service shutters down this summer.
Feedly, which says it has added more than 3 million new users to its free RSS service since Google decided to retire Reader, plans to offer paid subscriptions this year.
iOS's Newsstand has been open for business for nearly a year-and-a-half. We look at what a pair of recent Newsstand additions from some long-established magazines are doing digitally -- and how a young up-and-comer is teaching them a thing or two about making the most of the iPad.