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Pelican Voyager Provides Rugged Style With Less Added Bulk [Review]

Sometimes you just want an iPhone case that protects that beloved all-encompassing communications and gaming device from the vagaries of your crazy life, for sure. Voyager by Pelican ProGear Category: iPhone Cases Works With: iPhone 5/5s Price: $ 50 There are… Read more ›

How To Get Media Into iTunes Faster [OS X Tips]

I’m all for getting my stuff into iTunes more efficiently, aren’t you? The default way for media to get to iTunes is like this: drag and drop a folder full of music or a video you’ve converted from DVD to… Read more ›

3 Super Simple Finder Keystroke Tips Every Mac User Must Know

The Finder offers the primary means of navigating the file system of Mac OS X, and though most users will rely entirely on clicking, dragging, and dropping, there are no shortage of keyboard shortcuts to make things even better. If you’re not going to learn them all (and let’s face it, just about nobody does), … Read More

Relive Your Geeky Childhood For Free With Knights Of Pen & Paper +1 Edition

Knights of Pen & Paper +1 Edition combines two fantastic things: a brilliantly funny de-construction of a pen and paper role-playing game like Dungeons & Dragons and a mobile game that uses those very same mechanics to create a habit-forming… Read more ›

Shatter Alley Hates Bricks And You Equally [Review]

Video games have always had some weird vendetta against bricks. That paddle in Breakout, Mario, Simon Belmont in Castlevania … they all busted up blocks like they caught them stealing their lunches. Shatter Alley by Dojotron Category: iOS Games Works… Read more ›

‘Blink’ Knows That Sometimes You Don’t Have Time To Swipe

I don’t know if I’m just ridiculously clumsy or what, but I’ve had times where I saw something happening that I wanted to record, and by the time I got my camera app up and switched over to video, that… Read more ›

Watch This Lego Robot Play Freemium Games On An iPad [Video]

Ever think that the majority of freemium iOS games are basically mindless tap-fears, with demands only for cold hard cash, and none for meaningful strategy? Take Jurassic Park Builder, for instance: a game I reviewed back in January, and was… Read more ›

Which iPad Manual Rules The Roost?

This story first appeared in Cult of Mac Magazine. In Apple’s drive toward simplicity, one of the things which fell into the category of “things we can do without” were physical paper manuals. While the Cupertino company does offer a… Read more ›

Apple Leading By Example In Smartphone ‘Kill Switch’ Campaign

Apple is one of several tech giants to enter a voluntary agreement to add a global anti-theft “kill-switch” to their handsets from July 2015. Other companies on board include  Google, HTC, Huawei, Motorola, Microsoft, Nokia, and Samsung — while carriers… Read more ›

Protestors Criticize Apple For Using Offshore Tax Shelters

From complaints about the use of shuttle buses in San Francisco, to Apple’s own security guards protesting for better pay, the tech industry in San Francisco has come under increased fire in the last few years. The latest protest took… Read more ›