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Orée Wooden Trackpad

FSL3069_1024x1024I absolutely love my Magic Trackpad. It gives me all the functionality of my MacBook’s trackpad, only on a huge panel which can be placed to the left or the right of my keyboard. For a while I was even using two of them, but that deviation is now over (side note: if you want […]

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Mail icon in iOS 7 Unless it has been changed before, the default email address is always the first email account that has been setup on the iOS device. But for those who use multiple mail accounts on their iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, changing the default sending address is often important, since whatever is set as the default is what gets used by all other aspects of iOS when sharing through  [Read More…]

Why Moto X Users Literally Love Their Phones

motoxYou can talk speeds and feeds, specs and features, build quality, materials and engineering all you want. The Moto X is far more “human†than any other phone. It feels like a friend and an ally, a sentient being that’s loyal and thoughtful. And these endearing qualities can actually trigger emotional attachment to the Moto […]

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CoM - fantastical_mainframe_630x473Another week has sped by and we’ve had a ton of great offers that have made their way onto the Cult of Mac Deals page. Before we head into another week, we’re going to shine a spotlight on two of the offers that you may have missed. The Flexibits Mini Mac Bundle Flexibits makes some […]

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5 Reasons Why Wall Street Is Wrong About Apple

wallstreetApple disappointed Wall Street by announcing an iPhone 5C that isn’t cheap. As a result, Apple’s stock price took a hit. That’s the polite way to say it. Let’s usher all the financial industry people out of the room so I can tell you the truth. Ready? Wall Street has systemic blind spots and institutional […]

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CoM - xcodefundamentals_mainframe_630x473-1With the cooler months approaching (at least here in the Northern hemisphere), many of us turn our attention towards taking on a new hobby or learning something new that can take our work – and even our lives – to new heights. There are more opportunities to generate revenue from hobbies than ever before thanks […]

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jonytoscotty    In just a few short days, everyone’s iPhone is going to look a hell of a lot different now that Scott Forstall’s felt and wood grain reign is coming to an end. To celebrate rise of Sir Jony Ive’s flat and parallax world, GadgetLove created one of the most incredible iOS 6 vs […]

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Snapseed -- in the browser!If you never downloaded the free Snapseed app for OS X before Google axed it, then you have a second chance – as long as you;re using Google’s Chrome browser anyway. Google+ added a browser-based version of Snapseed to its flailing social network. Make no mistake – this is literally Snapseed in the browser, complete […]

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in-pileIf iPhone 5 chargers keep getting smaller at the same rate, soon the whole thing will fit inside the Lightning hole like some kind of USB-powered suppository. For now, though, you’ll have to settle for the still impressively small ChargeKey, a teeny tiny USB-to-Lightning adapter that – yes – hooks onto a keyring. Smaller even […]

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FlowDokuI’m going to come clean on something: I really hate Sudoku. FlowDoku by HapaFive Category: iOS Games Works With: iPhone, iPad Price: Free I don’t know what it is about it; maybe it’s because it’s supplanted my beloved crossword as the go-to newspaper puzzle. Maybe it’s because I suspect that one could throw logic aside […]

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