Tag Archive: Aren’t


Wearables aren’t flying with the IT crowd

A new study suggests that the increased popularity of wearables like the Apple Watch and fitness trackers in the workplace is giving information technology professionals the willies. IT tool and service provider Ipswitch polled 288 workers who feel like the burgeoning devices might present some problems, especially if they’re connected to company-owned Wi-Fi networks. 53 […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Pro Tip: New emojis aren’t out for iOS 9 yet

Some iPhone and iPad users upgrading to iOS 9 today have been looking forward to expressing their love of tacos, burritos, and unicorns — and their disdain for everything else — using the much-touted new emojis, which include the coveted and versatile “middle finger” icon. But unfortunately for those folks, we’re going to have to […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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The best things in life aren’t free, except for this brand new MacBook Air [Deals]

The feeling of unboxing a brand new computer is one of the good things in life, one that usually comes with a steep price tag. That might change today, because right now you can enter a sweepstakes to get your hands on a brand spanking new 13-inch MacBook Air for the price of air itself […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Surprise! Siri’s hints about Apple event aren’t that helpful

Apple just confirmed its big iPhone 6s event will take place September 9, and while the art on the invite didn’t offer any clues, Apple did give us one tip: Try asking Siri for hint. Tim Cook’s not about to let his digital assistant leak details of the big event, but we decided to give […][Read More…]

Australian banks aren’t in a hurry to say g’day to Apple Pay

Apple Pay might be a while arriving in Australia according to a new report, which claims that the country’s four largest banks are stalling negotiations with Apple so as to hold on to $ 2 billion per year they earn from merchants for interchange fees. The reason for this likely relates to the amount of money the […][Read More…]

If you aren’t sleeping with buckwheat under your head, it’s time to wake up

This post is brought to you by Hulltex, maker of the Hullo buckwheat pillow. I’ve been using a buckwheat pillow for a week now and there’s no turning back. My buckwheat pillow never needs to be turned over to keep…Read more ›

You aren’t going crazy: iTunes’ Apple Music update still MIA

If you’ve been playing around with Apple Music on your iPhone or iPad today, you might have wondered at some point what it’s like to listen to on your desktop computer. You’ll have to keep wondering, though, because the iTunes…Read more ›

Surprise! Rich people still aren’t buying Android phones

Are you rich? Do you live in one of the world’s richest countries? If you answered “yes” to both of these questions, guess what: you probably don’t have an Android phone. A new report reveals that Android market share worldwide is…Read more ›

Why Apple’s new emojis aren’t racist

When you’re a company the size of Apple, sometimes you’re damned if you do, and damned if you don’t. Having recently paved the way for racially diverse emoji by adding them to both Mac and iOS, Apple is now being…Read more ›

Why Walmart and Best Buy aren’t backing Apple Pay

When Apple Pay was unveiled Tuesday, Eddy Cue was quick to mention that 83% of US card issuers are already on board. 220,000 stores will also support the mobile payment initiative at launch, including big chains like McDonalds, Walgreens, Staples,…Read more ›