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The Retina MacBook Pro comes in both 13-inch and 15-inch varieties, but when will the MacBook Air go Retina? Analyst Daniel Matte speculates that it could happen soon, and when it does, there will be three MacBooks with Retina Displays:… Read more ›     

If you’re a skier or a snowboarder, there’s nothing better than hitting the slopes before anyone else does, being the first one to lay down your tracks on the freshly-fallen snow. There’s an app for that. Called First Tracks, it’s… Read more ›     

When Jony Ive ousted Scott Forstall as Design King of iOS, he made a lot of changes, most of them for the better. One of the tinier — and for the worse — changes, though, was removing the ‘Now Playing’… Read more ›     

This story first appeared in Cult of Mac Magazine. “Adapt or die†is the rallying call of business strategists and evolutionary biologists everywhere. But when it comes to a U.S. tech company expanding its reaches into a new country, things… Read more ›     

Steve Jobs was as difficult a photographic subject as he was an iconic one. One of Jobs’ most famous photos ever graced the cover of the very first issue of Macworld. In it, Jobs stood in front of three newly… Read more ›     

Russia’s second-largest mobile carrier MegaFon will start selling iPhones again in its retail stores — for the first time since 2010. MegaFon’s new three-year contract with Apple comes after the Cupertino company relaxed its sales policy in Russia. In the… Read more ›     

A new Kickstarter project is aiming to build minimal charging docks designed to hold Apple’s 8-pin Lightning Cable. The underside of each “MikroDok” features a Mikro-suction adhesive backing, which allows the doc to be securely positioned and also moved multiple… Read more ›     

Virgin Mobile has been competitive with its iPhone pricing ever since it came out of the gate, and that trend doesn’t appear to be going anywhere. In the U.S., Virgin Mobile has reduced its unsubsidized iPhone prices by 10 percent… Read more ›     


One of the best-selling apps in the Mac App Store designer category, Art Text 2 is a layer-based design application that will help you turn text into art. Whether it’s for business or personal needs, you can create logos, web… Read more ›