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iLoud Bluetooth Guitar Speaker Rawks [Review]

iLoud byIK Multimedia Category: Speakers Works With: Anything Price: $ 300 To save time, here’s my advice: If you have an iPad or iPhone, a guitar and $ 300 to spend, then spend it on the iLoud. It’s a small, portable Bluetooth… Read more ›     

  The Winter Olympics are just three days away so of course we’re working on a special edition of Cult of Mac Magazine all about the intersection of the winter games and Apple. 99.997% of us aren’t talented enough to… Read more ›     

Microsoft’s search for a new CEO is over after the company today announced that Satya Nadella will replace Steve Ballmer with immediate effect. The 46-year-old was previously Executive Vice President of Microsoft’s Cloud and Enterprise group, and he’s been working with the… Read more ›     

How To Download Facebook Paper Outside The U.S.

Facebook Paper is a pretty great panacea to the social network’s usually crummy iPhone apps, but unfortunately, it’s only available in the United States, leaving those overseas out-of-luck. But because Paper is a free app, you can download it pretty… Read more ›     

Batteries are potentially volatile things, stuffed with electrochemical cells practically humming with electolytes. Every once and a while, then, they’re sure to break down, and companies like Apple do literally everything in their power to make sure it doesn’t happen.… Read more ›     

The Touchfire keyboard has all the functionality of a standard keyboard, but in a paper thin, transparent silicone that fits directly on your screen. You can still view the entire screen right through the keyboard with the ability to touch… Read more ›     

Well, it looks as if the Samsung Galaxy S5 is about to be unveiled at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. Samsung is sending out invitations to an event called ‘Unpacked 5′ scheduled to occur at 8pm Central… Read more ›     

Oof. Dell has, of course, “borrowed” a few inspirations from Apple over the last few years, but in a recent marketing video uploaded to the Texas-based PC maker’s YouTube channel a month ago — and since hastily removed — Dell… Read more ›     

How about an app which lets you view your entire iPhoto or Aperture library on your iPad, without syncing, and without having either of the Mac apps running? That’s PhotoScope, a $ 5 universal app for iPad and iPhone which does… Read more ›     

At an RRP of $ 200, the Solarpad isn’t the cheapest solar charger for your iPhone, but it does aim to be the best. Every detail has been tweaked to squeeze the last drop of juice from the Sun’s photons, from… Read more ›