Tag Archive: Class


Is there a class divide between iPhone and Android?

The war between iPhone and Android will wage on for years to come, but in this week’s Friday Night Fight, we’re not going to be bickering about which is best. At least not in terms of design, features, flexibility — and the other things normally discussed during a platform war. Instead, we’re battling it out […]

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Messages master class: How to set up Continuity in iOS 8 and Yosemite

The new messaging capabilities built into OS X Yosemite make your Mac even more useful for day-to-day communication. With this new set of features (part of Continuity), you can send SMS text messages and make phone calls from your Mac.…Read more ›

Class Up Your Workspace With These Elegant Bamboo Lap Desks [Gallery]

I’m always on the lookout for some nice accoutrements to make my working day a bit more delightful, and as an Apple fan, the better something looks and works, the more I want it. Take these sweet bamboo Macbook lap…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Apple For iOS Maps

Remember that time Cult of Mac reported that Apple’s oft-maligned iOS Maps function steered people the wrong way across Fairbanks Airport Taxiway? If you’re anything like this writer, you probably either chuckled at the egregiousness of the error or else…Read more ›    [Read More…]

LA School District Didn’t Plan On Students Hacking iPads In Class

la-1512925-me-0827-ipad-01-rrc-jpg-20130827The Los Angeles Unified School District is in the process of rolling out iPads to all of its students in 47 K-12 schools. It’s a huge educational partnership for Apple, and the goal is to have students use the iPads to help learn the curriculum. Apparently LAUSD didn’t anticipate that students would be able to easily […]

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Grades 3 For iPhone Is A Smart Class Organizer For Students

Screen Shot 2013-09-12 at 4.34.38 PMOrganizing class work and keeping track of grades can be a pain. The aptly-named Grades app aims to be the ultimate tool for students in the App Store, and version 3.0 arrived today with a host of new features. Grades 2 was good enough to receive an Apple Design Award, but updates have been so […]

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Master The Art Of Creative Page Layout With The Adobe InDesign CS6 Master Class [Deals]

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Have you ever wanted to use Adobe InDesign better than ever before? If so, this Cult of Mac Deals offer is going to be right up your alley.

The Adobe InDesign CS6 Master Class will help you, the budding designer, open up a new world of creativity. You’ll learn to create professional looking content documents from basic brochures to engaging interactive and animated projects for multiple platforms. This video  [Read More…]

This iPad Class For Lawyers Hopes To Settle Tiffs Over BYOD [Interview]

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Carol Gerber wants to help reconcile lawyers who bring in their own iPads to work with the IT department. Gerber is an former bankruptcy attorney who has been imparting tech training to lawyers for a decade. On the front lines of the Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) movement, shes created an iPad class approved by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board. [Read More…]

Audyssey Lower East Side Media Speakers: Class, With a Little Tude [Review]

After the critical success of Audysseys South of Market dock last year, Audyssey eventually released their next product, the Lower East Side Media Speakers ($ 250), in October of this year. This time, Audyssey has dropped the radical approach to design it used for the SOMA dock with its unusual, back-to-back speaker configuration in favor of a much more conventional, yet still attractive, form. Audyssey left three things  [Read More…]

Apple Named As Defendent In Carrier IQ Class Action Lawsuit

Despite the fact that Apple allows users an easy way to opt out of the service, have removed it entirely from most of their phones and that Apples implementation of Carrier IQ tracks no personal information whatsoever, guess what? Cupertinos been named in a class action lawsuit over the notorious keylogging software, along with a host of other hardware makers, all of whom are way more guilty.  [Read More…]