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Gaming headsets are quite the rage lately, with products from Turtle Beach, Logitech, and Sony gracing any decent gaming aisle at your favorite retailer. Siberia Elite Gaming Headset by SteelSeries Category: Headsets Works With: Mac, iPhone, Android, PCs Price: $ 199.00…

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Love Dropbox, but hate the mobile app on your iPhone? Join the club; while having access to my Dropbox folder on all of my iOS devices is a fantastic productivity booster, the user experience of the default app is pretty…

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I don’t know about you, but I love Control Center in iOS 7. I don’t know how I managed without it before (or why it took Apple so long to introduce it). And I’d love to see a similar feature…

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Some games just aren’t meant for touch screens, and it’s very unfortunate that The Cave is one of them. In developer Double Fine’s dark look at inner desires and magical caves, you guide three of the seven available “heroes” through…

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5 iOS Games With A Mission

Not all iOS games are business ventures; some strive to bring awareness, educate, or do some good by supporting charitable causes. Here are five of the nicest iOS games ever created. The Game: Frog Minutes The Cause: Earthquake relief Developer…

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In case you’re not from around here, you should know that I’m a huge fan of Scottish game developer Lucky Frame, what with their weird, wonderful visual and musical sensibilities that result in games like Pugs Luv Beats and Gentlemen!,…

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Dan Whisenhunt was visibly moved when speaking of his former employer Steve Jobs in front of the Cupertino City Council. “A little more than two years ago, Steve shared his excitement about this project,” said Whisenhunt, Apple’s director of real estate…

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Path — the mobile only social network that I don’t understand, no one at Cult of Mac uses, and which recently started selling stickers to support itself — has laid off 13 staff members, or 20% of its total staff,…

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Terminology 3 Is Like Drafts For Definitions

Dictionaries, dusty tomes full of words. Books that are pointless now we can just tap a word and define it in-place. Who’d buy a dictionary app in 2013? Me. And you, probably, once you’ve seen what Terminology 3 has to…

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Remember those swivel-screen ultrabooks? The MacBook Air knockoffs with a screen and keyboard that could be twisted and refolded to make the device into either a slimline notebook or a really fat iPad copy? Well, now you can do the…

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