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Show US Holidays in Calendar on iPhone & iPad the Easy Way

Want to show US Holidays in your iOS Calendar? There are a few ways to accomplish this, and we’ll cover the two simplest methods. First is a direct subscription to the official US holidays calendar offered from Apple, and the other syncs the same calendar from a Mac that has the feature enabled. For the … Read More

Get Unlimited Storage For One Year With Pogoplug [Deals]

Running out of space on your phone? Worried about losing those irreplaceable photos and videos? Pogoplug has your back…and your backup. Through this Cult of Mac Deals offer you’ll get Pogoplug, which gives you unlimited storage on your phone, tablet… Read more ›

Exploring Elder Scrolls Online: What To Do, What To Do

Editor’s Note: Due to the sheer size of Elder Scrolls Online, we’re publishing our hands-on impressions in three chunks. Part 1 is here and Part 2 is here. What follows is Part 3. I had just finished a long assignment… Read more ›

The Ruins Of Civilization Make For Some Sweet Ramps In Trials Frontier [Review]

If I’ve learned nothing else from science-fiction shows like Firefly and Cowboy Bebop, it’s this: If society crumbles, even a little, we will revert back to a Wild-West mode of life. Trials Frontier by RedLynx Category: iOS Games Works With:… Read more ›

‘Do One Thing’ Promotes Better Habits A Little Bit At A Time

This new self-improvement app from the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance has a simple premise: Trying to do everything is hard, but doing one thing isn’t. Sounds obvious, but what you do here is select a few habits you’d like to… Read more ›

Inside Monument Valley: How ‘Impossible’ Sketches Became An Amazing Game

Monument Valley is one of the most original iOS games ever. A triumph of isometric design, it’s a trippy puzzle game in which you guide a white-clad princess through a series of twisting, turning structures, inspired by the mind-bending art… Read more ›

Here’s Good Proof That Shows Why Apple Must Release A Bigger iPhone 6

We’ve heard multiple reports that Apple will release a larger-screen iPhone 6 (possibly in two different sizes), but who really wants a bigger iPhone with a larger screen anyway? Actually, a lot of people: as much as 40% of prospective… Read more ›

Tweet Any Highlighted Text From Your Mac [OS X Tips]

If you’ve ever come across a great snippet of text you want to Tweet right from your Mac, you know the drill: you have to copy it, open Twitter, create a new message, and then paste in the text there.… Read more ›

Conquering The Fashion World Is What The iWatch Is Really About

When we think about the iWatch, we tend to think of a little smartphone that you wear on your wrist, or at least a bit of technology, but if the latest reports are anything to go by, Apple’s iWatch play… Read more ›

Never Lose A Lens Cap Again With This $10 Widget

The worst thing about losing a lens cap is having to buy another one. You can go with a generic but ugly replacement and save a few bucks, or you can buy the manufacturers official version, which will make you… Read more ›