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Super Stickman Golf + Flappy Bird = Flappy Golf!

Here at Cult of Mac, we’re a big fan of Noodlecake Games’ Super Stickman Golf series. Also? We love Flappy Bird (and it’s better clones). For us, then, Noodlecake’s new game, Flappy Golf, is just chocolate melting over delicious peanut… Read more ›     

Blackberry Is Now Suing Its Executives To Prevent Them From Going To Work For Apple

Blackberry — the beleaguered Canadian smartphone maker who controls literally 0 percent U.S. market share — is now suing its own executives to prevent them from quitting their jobs and flocking to Apple. Really! Sebastien Marineau-Mes is Blackberry’s SVP of… Read more ›     

Airline Exec Touches Down As Apple’s New VP Of Online Retail

Apple has bolstered its online retail ranks by hiring former Delta vice president Bob Kupbens. Kupbens joins Apple as its new Vice President of Apple Online Retail. At Delta, Kupbens was involved with the company’s marketing and digital commerce strategies.… Read more ›     

Curvy and Colorful: Let’s Hope the iPhone 6 Looks Like This

We’re still months away from the big reveal of the iPhone 5s, which means concept designers still have plenty of time to toss around fanciful dreams of what Apple might do for the redesign of the iPhone. Teaming up with… Read more ›     

iTunes Movie Trailers App Updated With Notifications, Reviews From Rotten Tomatoes

Today Apple updated its iTunes Movie Trailers app with a couple of cool features, including the ability to receive push notifications when movies marked as favorites arrive in theaters or on the iTunes Store. While you could previously only see… Read more ›     

Apple Sells A Whopping Half-Billion iPhones In Less Than 7 Years

Selling a half-billion of anything is impressive, especially when you can do it in less than seven years. That’s exactly what Apple has managed to do with the iPhone. Apple had sold 472 million iPhones in total at the end of… Read more ›     

How to See What Users Are Connected & Logged In To a Mac

If you share your Mac on a network you may be interested to know who is connected to the Mac at any given time. This may include listing currently logged in users through a variety of network protocols, even locally, or perhaps just a history of users logins over a period of time. While OS … Read More

Twitterrific Goes Freemium In The App Store

Twitterrific, the oldest Twitter client in existence, changed its business model today in the App Store. Instead of charging $ 3 to download, Twitterrific 5 is now free and ad supported. “Today marks a new era for our venerable Twitter client,… Read more ›     

Hacking Filco’s Tenkeyless Majestouch 2 To Work With The Mac [Review]

Majestouch 2 Tenkeyless by Filco Category: Keyboards Works With:Anything Price: $ 140+ I’m typing this review on the Filco Majestouch 2 Tenkeyless keyboard. It has blue Cherry MX switches, and a standard ISO layout with UK English markings. It is the… Read more ›     

2048 Storms App Charts With Math Based Gameplay [Video Review]

The app store has found another craze almost as popular as Flappy Bird. Developers everywhere have been releasing their own versions of the hit app Threes, a tile based game that has players swipe to add numbers. 2048 is an… Read more ›