Tag Archive: Bluetooth


It’s the end of the week and, as always, we are highlighting a few of the deals that were featured in the past seven days to ensure that you don’t miss out on anything. If these deals don’t strike your… Read more ›

So ends another week at Cult of Mac Deals. Every day we put a spotlight on a gadget, software, or training that will enrich your life. Today, we highlight a few of those deals so that you don’t miss out.… Read more ›

Every week, we highlight deals on tech, software, and training that we believe will improve your life in some way. Though these deals are pretty special, they unfortunately can’t be offered forever. Today we put the spotlight on 4 deals… Read more ›

This post is brought to you by Creative Labs, creator of the Sound Blaster Roar. The Sound Blaster Roar is the epitome of audio quality, features and great looks combined into one device. Musicality, accurate timbre, tonality, with deep, tight… Read more ›

I took the Filco MiniLa Air Bluetooth keyboard with me on vacation this year to use with a MacBook Air propped up on the fantastic Roost stand. I use the tenkeyless Filco Majestouch at home, and I was hoping for… Read more ›

In Star Trek, the crew of the Enterprise would routinely beam down to a planet, pull out their trusty tricorders and scan the environment for a multitude of different things, like gas levels and air quality. Now you can have… Read more ›

The Tile is a tiny plastic widget that never gets lost. In theory anyway. It talks to your iPhone via low-power Bluetooth and lets you track the Tile itself, and anything the Tile is attached to. I’ve been using one… Read more ›

Who wouldn’t want to be able to listen to their favorite tunes while in the shower? The only reason we don’t already do this is because electronic devices typically don’t work well when they get soaking wet. Well, now Cult… Read more ›

Who wouldn’t want to be able to listen to their favorite tunes while in the shower? The only reason we don’t already do this is because electronic devices typically don’t work well when they get soaking wet. Well, now Cult… Read more ›

Many Mac users choose to put their computers to sleep when they’re not in use, and unless Macs are scheduled to wake at a specific time, the computer should stay asleep until it has been manually awoken by user input, like a key press or mouse click. Should of course is the operative word here, … Read More