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  Nothing can touch the Fallout series of role-playing games for post-apocalyptic immersion; the ’50s, atomic-era nostalgia and post-nuclear holocaust loneliness and horror that the games simulate have gained the series a huge and devoted following. But none of it…

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SAN FRANCISCO — Apple is blocking the donation of 30-year-old documents to a museum, claiming they contain valuable trade secrets. “It’s silly,” said Hartmut Esslinger, the design guru recruited to help Apple become a leader in design in the early… Read more ›     

Since Apple won a $ 1 billion lawsuit against Samsung for patent infringement last summer, both companies have been fighting to determine how the ruling will actually unfold. In March of this year, the presiding judge for the case subtracted $ 450 million…

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Are you a designer? Do you want to become a designer? Have you ever thought about bringing out the creative in you? Now is a great opportunity for you to stack up on some high quality design resources so you…

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The post Last Chance! The Best-Selling Mega Design Bundle 2.0: Thousands of Design Resources [Deals] appeared first on Cult of Mac.

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Unable to Verify Update error message on iPhone

It seems that an “Unable to Verify Update” error message arrives at random for some users with just about every single iOS software update, perhaps unsurprisingly, the problem has resurfaced for some when trying to download and install the recent 7.0.4 update. The error seems to be exclusive to using OTA (Over-The-Air) updates, and sometimes it reports an improper iOS version as being available, or  [Read More…]

Apple has seeded the first developer beta of OS X Mavericks 10.9.1. This will be the first incremental update to Mavericks when it ships to the public. Apple has released a fix for Gmail in the Mail app on Mavericks,…

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Many advanced users prefer to use firmware files when updating their iOS devices to the latest version, and every time an iOS update comes out we post direct download links for the latest versions. Every once in a while we get questions from users who wonder how we find those file links, since they’re tucked away on Apple’s download servers, seemingly hidden from the public view. Well, there isn’t any magic to this and it’s easily done through the command  [Read More…]

Tiny Death Star may in fact destroy my free time if I keep playing it like I have over the last week. It’s a collaboration between Disney Mobile, Lucasarts, and Nimblebit–and the quality shines through as a result. Built your…

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  I’m a little on the fence about whether Toymail is a genius idea or an error that’ll have your kids talking to mailboxes. Here’s the concept: On the kid-friendly end, there’s a Wi-Fi-connected, mailbox-shaped, animal-themed (there are five characters)…

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The post Toymail Delivers Whimsical Messages To Your Kids From Your iPhone [Kickstarter] appeared first on Cult of Mac.

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Slip Stopper bySlipStopper Category: Cases Works With:iPads Mini Price: $ 29 When I opened up the package containing the SlipStopper, there was a little card inside from my contact Mark. It read “Try sticking your iPad mini on a window, great…

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The post Grippy SlipStopper iPad Mini Skin Really Does Stop Slips [Review] appeared first on Cult of Mac.

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