Ever wanted to connect a Mac to a TV screen? Maybe you want to use the TV as a giant external monitor, to play games on a big screen, or just for video playback and movie streaming? It’s actually quite easy to do, and we’ll cover the entire process from start to finish. We’re going to focus on connecting any newer Mac to any fairly modern TV by way of a physical HDMI connection, thus, a few third party accessories [Read More…]
Misleading and misunderstanding blogging and reporting this week is leading everybody into falsely believing that Intel plans to ship or support Android-based laptops.
This has sparked debate over the wisdom or folly of Android laptops.
I’ll make a case for why Android laptops are a great idea, but first let’s kill the myth that Intel announced Android laptops.
As far as I can tell, the false idea originated with a C|net [Read More…]
If youâ€™re looking for solid and stylish protection for your iPhone, then this Cult of Mac Deals is going to be right up your alley. You’ve spent a lot of money on your iPhone. You owe it to yourself to protect it accordingly.
BodyGuardz Armorâ„¢ Carbon Fiber is the ultimate in expression and protection. Each carbon fiber skin (Note: This is not a case) is custom designed to fit your [Read More…]
You’ve come a long way, baby.
The Mac App Store, originally released for Mac OS X Snow Leopard, takes a lot of the guesswork and uncertainty out of downloading apps for your Mac, and adds a little bit of security as well. You know you’re getting apps that meet Apple’s stringent requirements to work with its operating systems.
Here are five different tricks and tips to working [Read More…]
Popular RSS app Reeder received a pretty big update in the App Store today. The iPhone version of Reeder has been updated to version 3.1 with support for Feedbin, a paid Google Reader alternative. RSS feeds can now be manually entered and stored locally in the app as well.
When Google declared that Google Reader is set to shut down on July 1st, Reeder announced that it would be adding Feedbin support [Read More…]
If you haven’t played Ticket to Ride yet, all you need to know is that the iPad version is the most addictive board game I’ve played on the device. On the iPhone? Nothing even comes close (O.K., except maybe chess and Words with Friends).
This weekend the newest version of the game to hit the iPhone,Â Ticket to Ride Europe Pocket,Â goes from $ 2 to free. Don’t miss out on this [Read More…]
Itâ€™s not often that a product stands the test of time, making adjustments when needed to keep up with the speed of the changes that directly impact its use. Roxio Toast 11 Titanium has done just that, and this latest version has been completely redesigned from the ground up.
Roxio Toast 11 Titanium features a new user interface thatâ€™s up-to-date, innovative, and intuitive. With newly refined workflows, built-in video [Read More…]
Our last â€œname your own price bundleâ€ performed so well that weâ€™re bringing a second one to our Cult of Mac readers. And once again weâ€™ve delivered 10 top Mac Apps for a price that only you can name with The Name Your Own Price Bundle 2.0!
Thatâ€™s right. You pay what you want for 3 different Mac Apps that will make you faster and more efficient on your Mac [Read More…]
Accessibility is a priority to the designers and engineers at Apple. They have built some amazing software right into each operating system, from OS X to iOS, all for no etra charge and no need to add extra programs on to be able to use the products if you have a visual, hearing, motor, or cognitive disability.
But if you don’t have a disability (yet–we’re all just a lucky step or two away), [Read More…]