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Apple’s great at hopping into new markets just as they’re set to explode, and it seems that the upcoming Apple Watch is no different. Despite mixed reports about consumer interest, research firm IHS thinks demand for sensor-equipped wearable tech devices is going… Read more ›

For Mac users who have updated to OS X Yosemite and found it to be unbearable for whatever reason, you’ll be pleased to discover that downgrading back to OS X Mavericks may be a possibility for you. This is not specifically recommended, but if you’re absolutely set on reverting from Yosemite to the prior version … Read More

Apple appears to have acquihired the small team behind Pin Drop, a location-bookmarking app set to close down at the end of the month. Based on a series of deleted tweets and a redacted blog post, Cult of Mac has reason… Read more ›

Here’s a confession: I was terrible at math in school. From Algebra 1 on, I just couldn’t keep the various symbols, numbers, and denominators I was faced with straight, and so I flunked pretty much every test. But I grew… Read more ›

Chances are, you’ve got a camera within a few feet of you at all times. Cameras are built into our smart phones, tablets, and many of us have have dedicated cameras for our photographic needs. With all these cameras, shouldn’t… Read more ›

Bank of America refunds duplicate Apple Pay charges

If you’ve been happily tapping up charges with your iPhone 6 after Apple Pay was released on Monday, you might want to double check your bank statements. A number of early Apple Pay users have reported that Apple’s tap-to-pay solution has… Read more ›

Thanks to how apps can hook into each other with Extensibility in iOS 8, third-party developers are able to rival the systemwide functionality of Apple’s stock apps like never before. So is the case with Flexibits, maker of the popular calendar… Read more ›

Apple may be out-earning its rivals, but there’s one place it’s lagging behind: political lobbying. While companies like Google and Facebook continued to pour millions of dollars into influencing U.S. lawmakers to have legislation written in their favor during Q3,… Read more ›

If you’ve been eagerly awaiting the opportunity to have every episode of the Simpsons ever streamable on your iPhone or iPad, there is no longer any reason to, as the yellow-skinned proverbial tyke might say, “have a cow.” You can… Read more ›

How to find stores near you that support Apple Pay

Apple Pay launched yesterday with dozens of official partners supporting Apple’s mobile payments solution out of the gate, but even though participating stores are listed on Apple’s website, there are tons of other contactless payment vendors in your city that can… Read more ›