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Still Think You Can’t Do Real Work On The iPad? A Lot Has Changed Since 2010

This story first appeared in Cult of Mac Magazine. Back when I worked exclusively on my iPad, writing posts for Cult of Mac and everything related to that, I had a hell of a time getting some things done. It… Read more ›

Vintage Computer Festivals Rock On, VCF East 2014 Larger Than Ever

What do you get when you combine several hundred serious geeks, two large rooms, five decades worth of vintage computers, and a weekend in New Jersey? Why the Vintage Computer Festival East, of course! The ninth running of the VCF… Read more ›

Apple Earns More Money Than HP, Google, Intel, and Cisco Combined

Everyone knows Apple is incredibly profitable, but did you know that not only is it the top-earning tech company in terms of sales, but that it brings in more money than Hewlett-Packard, Google, Intel, and Cisco combined? That’s according to… Read more ›

Leaked Foxconn Images Appear To Show iPhone 6 Chassis [Gallery]

According to a post which appeared on Chinese microblogging website Weibo over the weekend, leaked images show both the iPhone 6 chassis, and a handful of manufacturing molds. The leaked photos were reportedly taken inside of a Foxconn plant. They… Read more ›

MagBak Is The World’s Thinnest Wall Mount For Your iPad [Kickstarter]

MagBak made a name for itself last year as the maker of the world’s thinnest iPad mount. Consisting of a wall holder (called the MagStick) and a strong, yet thin magnetic grip which adheres to the back of the tablet,… Read more ›

Hum, the Note-Taking, Audio-Recording App For Musicians

Folks who work with words have Drafts. People who want to capture a quick picture have a home-screen shortcut to the built-in camera. But what do musicians have to remember a tune when it pops into their head? Now they… Read more ›

Samson Color Codes It’s New SD Card Lineup

Samsung has redesigned its SD and microSD cards with color coding that makes it easier to spot the difference between the different product lines – regular, Pro and Evo. Unfortunately, this is the wrong way to color code cards. Let’s… Read more ›

Sunday Deal Roundup: MacBooster And Learn Rails [Deals]

As the weekend comes to a close and a new week is set to begin, Cult of Mac Deals has two deals that are worth exploring. Macbooster clears your hard drive of unnecessary files to free RAM space and deliver… Read more ›

Spill Water on a MacBook Pro / Air? Here’s How You Might Be Able to Prevent Liquid Damage

Spilling water or another liquid onto a one to two thousand dollar plus MacBook Air or MacBook Pro is a horrible feeling, but before you completely panic, you can take a few proactive steps which may help to preserve the Mac or your data. There is never a guarantee that the Mac will be saved … Read More

RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile Has Far More Lows Than Highs [Review]

There’s a familiar look you see on the faces of parents at theme parks. It’s a look their children are rarely able to understand — caught as they are in the clutches of school vacations and roller coasters with names… Read more ›