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Qualcomm’s 64-Bit Snapdragon 808 & 810 CPUs Will Arrive In 2015

Qualcomm today announced its next-generation Snapdragon processors with 64-bit architecture. They’re called the Snapdragon 808 and the Snapdragon 810, and they’re “designed to deliver the ultimate connected mobile computing experiences in video, imaging and graphics,†with Cat 6 LTE Advanced… Read more ›

Cult of Mac Magazine: Power Tips for Your iPad

If you’re like Cult of Mac Magazine staffers, you want to use your iPad as more than a photo album. Our reviews editor Charlie Sorrel even went as far to ditch his Mac for the magical and revolutionary tablet back when… Read more ›

Point-Of-Sale App ShopKeep Update Streamlines Payment Flows

Business owners who use the iPad for retail will likely want to check out the latest update of point-of-sale app ShopKeep POS, which has just been updated to version 2.0. A significant update, ShopKeep Version 2.0 radically overhauls the look… Read more ›

iPhone Trade-In Program Expands To Germany

Having launched its iPhone trade-in program back in August last year, Apple has now expanded the program to cover Apple Retail Stores throughout Germany. The trade-in program lets customers trade in older iPhone models and receive gift cards of up… Read more ›

Respawnables FPS Adds New Meaning To The Words ‘Easter Egg Hunt’ [Video]

Looking for a more explosion-filled egg hunt this Easter? If so, you may want to check out the latest version of popular third-person shooter Respawnables which adds a new Easter Egg Hunt mode, where players must gather as many Easter… Read more ›     

nyNoise, An Awesome Ambient Sound Generator For iPhone

Of all the ambient noise apps I’ve tried, myNoise is the best. Based on the well-regarded website of the same name, myNoise for iPhone is a “noise generator,” not just an app that plays recordings of rain and coffee shops.… Read more ›     

Full-Frame Sony A7S Can Shoot 4K Video In The Dark

The new Sony A7S is a mirrorless full-frame camera which shoots 4K video and has a top ISO of 102,400, expandable to 409,600. Remember back in 2006 when Palm CEO Ed Colligan said this, about Apple and the iPhone: PC… Read more ›     

COVR Photo Case Lets You Shoot Around Corners

Ever wanted to take photos of people without them knowing? Perhaps a sneaky shot of a pretty girl to help you “remember” her later, or some equally creepy bit of deceit? Well then, we have good news for you, you… Read more ›     

How to Enable AirPlay Mirroring in iOS 7 to Stream an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch Display Wirelessly

AirPlay Mirroring sends exactly what is on the iPhone or iPad screen wirelessly over to an Apple TV or a compatible AirPlay receiver app on a Mac or PC like Reflector or XBMC, including the audio stream if one is available. This mirroring feature is great for demonstrations, presentations, picture slideshows, watching video on a … Read More

Become An Email Ninja With This Gmail Course [Deals]

Email is a controlling beast sometimes. Don’t swim upstream against the ridiculous flow of important emails. With this email course you will learn to effectively manage your email to increase productivity and get hours of your life back. No more… Read more ›