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Asking Siri To Tell You A Tale Sheds Light On Her Complex Backstory

Recently Cult of Mac described how among Siri’s Easter eggs is a whole back story — programmed by her creators, and accessible by asking just the right questions. Beginning life as a five-year DARPA-backed project to build an intelligent virtual… Read more ›     

Fix Your Damaged Drive And Recover Your Lost Files At The Data Rescue Center [Sponsored Post]

  This post is brought to you by the Data Rescue Center and Prosoft Engineering, Inc. Have a physically damaged hard drive or lost or deleted files you can’t recover? If you are facing data loss, contact The Data Rescue… Read more ›     

Android Wear Overview Shows How Beautifully Simple Your Future Smartwatch Will Be

Like every software platform, Android Wear’s future success will hinge on how it’s supported by third-party developers. But there’s one thing we can be absolutely sure of at this stage — and that is that Google has at least got… Read more ›     

‘Too Drunk To Drive’ Offers The Good Kind Of Drunk-Dialing

So maybe one night you’re stumbling to your car and realize you really shouldn’t be driving. And also you’re so drunk that Siri can’t understand you. And the buttons in your contact list are so small. Enter Too Drunk To… Read more ›     

Game On! News And Photos From Game Developers Conference [Liveblog]

SAN FRANCISCO — We’re gearing up for our weeklong foray into the world of video games at the Game Developers Conference here. Cult of Mac will bring you the best of the conference, from heartfelt chats with independent developers to… Read more ›     

LA Teachers Are Angry District Spent $1 Billion On iPads Instead Of Repairs

  The LA Unified School District made headlines when it pledged to make it rain iPads on students by spending $ 1 billion on Apple’s tablets, but teachers are more concerned of the rain leaking through their classroom roofs. The school… Read more ›     

Transfer Your Contacts, Calendars, Messages From iPhone To Android [Switching 101]

Jumping from one mobile platform to another can lead to a lot of headaches initially — especially with respect to all your personal data. You won’t want to lose your contacts, calendar entries, and other important information, so it’s important… Read more ›     

Pi DockIt Pro Is Like Robo-Cop: Dated, Clunky, Still Sorta Cool [Review]

When I opened the box that contained the Pi Dock-It Pro from Parle Innovations, my first thought was that it looked like an older model HP or IBM laptop. The dark gray plastic case, surrounded on all sides with a… Read more ›     

Pandora Bumps Up Price On Its Ad-Free Streaming Service

iTunes Radio still has a long way to go before it catches up with Pandora’s number of subscribers, but in an effort to keep up with increasing royalty costs, Pandora announced this morning that it’s bumping up the monthly subscription… Read more ›     

Flappy Bird Creator Says His Life-Ruining Game Is Coming Back, But Not Soon

Creator of Flappy Bird found and he told me he is going to repost it to the App Store!!! pic.twitter.com/odmKbWaTw8 — Todd Moore (@toddmoore) March 19, 2014 Thanks to the strange demise of Flappy Bird the App Store and Google… Read more ›