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At Cult of Mac Deals, we love cool tech and tech related products, especially when they are offered at prices that can’t be beat anywhere else. As the old saying goes, though, all good things must come to and end.… Read more ›

It’s been another busy week at Cult of Mac Deals. There are a ton of killer deals being offered right now, and it’s easy to miss some of the ones we’ve written about. Today we highlight some of the best… 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 ›

A variety of applications attempt to install Adobe Acrobat Reader into OS X, and many Mac users approve the installation and don’t think much of it. Typically when Acrobat Reader has been installed, it takes over the default PDF viewer that is built into Safari and uses a separate often slower Acrobat plugin for loading … Read More

People who work in creative fields know that the best software products for media creation are made by Adobe. Whether it’s getting pictures just right with Photoshop, or putting together a whiz bang digital newsletter with InDesign, Adobe makes software… Read more ›

Now that Apple has ceased development of Aperture, it’s time to start looking for alternative photo management and editing solutions. The obvious choice is Lightroom, which Adobe has committed to continue work on heavily in the future. Adobe is working… Read more ›

Another week of amazing deals is in the books, so we are highlighting some of the best to make sure you don’t miss out. Unbelievably low prices can be had on The Productive Design Mac Bundle, The Sensordrone Bluetooth Sensor,… Read more ›

Lifetime Access To Over 5,000 Adobe Authorized Training Videos Get Lifetime Access To Over 5000 Adobe Authorized Training Videos that are designed to teach beginners to advanced users how to navigate software titles such as Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, and more.… Read more ›

Google warns iPhone users when sites use Adobe Flash

Apple has been waging a fierce war against Flash ever since the iPhone debuted without the power to run Adobe’s battery hungry, multimedia software. Finally, seven years into the battle, Google is adding another blow by flagging Flash content in mobile… Read more ›

Mac Safari users who have the Adobe Flash plugin installed are likely to find it disabled automatically by Apple, due to a recent security issue with the Flash plugin. That basically means if you don’t have the very newest Flash version installed already, and most people don’t yet, you’ll see the a “Flash Out Of … Read More