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If your iPhone takes a beating, you’ll want to invest in a product that’s designed with the worst case pun intended scenario in mind. The team at Spigen thought outside the box and created the first case to introduce Air… Read more ›     

Maps icon for Mac OS X If you’re planning a drive or some sort of vehicular journey while on your Mac, you can use the Maps app bundled with OS X Mavericks to help avoid annoying traffic, slow downs, road closures, construction work, and accidents by enabling the built-in incident reporter feature. It’s just a click away, but the icon isn’t the most obvious indicator of what the feature provides the user. Launch  [Read More…]

BBM Channels, the latest addition to BlackBerry’s popular messaging platform, which made its public debut earlier today after more than six months in beta, is coming to Android and iOS “in the coming months.†BBM Channels has already become pretty… Read more ›     

Rockstar Games announced this morning that Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas will be making its way to iOS device next month after originally being released for the PS2 back in 2004. Not only is Rockstar porting the game to iOS,… Read more ›     

One of our favorite toys here at Cult of Mac is the the Lytro, a bizarre and radically cool digital camera that allows you to refocus your images after you snap them. The Lytro is fairly big — it’s about… Read more ›     

Few companies are better at keeping their games updated than Rovio, who’ve released more updates for its Angry Birds games than one can count. Add another grain of sand to the beaches of infinity, then, because the bird-vs.-pig physics strategy… Read more ›     

Mavericks has revamped Apples support for external displays, making everything a lot easier when using a second or third monitor. In previous versions of OS X, the dock was only accessible on your main display, however, and it seems the… Read more ›     

Who sells the most iPhones of them all? It’s not a carrier or a third party: it’s Apple itself. In fact, the Cupertino company sells 25% of all American iPhone sales, combined. Even more staggering, though, is that Apple sells… Read more ›     

It’s Magic 8-Ball time here, as analysts continue to round-out 2013 by making predictions about what we can expect over the next year. This time it’s analyst Canalys, which is forecasting that tablets will out-ship almost all other PC form… Read more ›     

Hong Kong-based Biel Crystal Manufactory Ltd — a company that makes iPhone screens for Apple — is violating workers’ rights at its Chinese factories, according to a rights group. The Students & Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior alleges that Biel Crystal… Read more ›