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After we posted our handy Mac keyboard shortcuts video, we got a ton of comments — and more great suggestions about ways to streamline working with your Apple computer. In today’s video, we take a look at another handful of… Read more ›

AirDrop, the wireless file sharing technology built into OS X, is fantastic when it works for the occasional file, but it can be a bit finicky. For power users who constantly find themselves sharing files online, we recommend Dropzone, a… Read more ›

Jailbreakers got an unexpected present last week when a relatively unknown hacker group released a jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1. Called “Pangu,” the jailbreak package was later determined to be safe besides a shady pirate app store installed alongside the program.… Read more ›

Purchased last year by Dropbox, Mailbox is already one of the most intuitive apps on the iPhone and iPad for rapidly reaching inbox zero. Employing a series of swipes, Mailbox users can quickly delete, archive, or save emails for later,… Read more ›

Smart scale slims down even the devs who program it

SAN FRANCISCO — James Armstrong might be one of the few iOS engineers who loses weight while on a coding bender. Armstrong is lead developer at The Orange Chef Co., the company behind a smart kitchen scale called Prep Pad. It… Read more ›

Based on the massive number of hires they’ve made in the field as of late, it’s no mystery that Apple is interested in biometrics and biosensors. However three new patent applications published Thursday shed a bit more light on what… Read more ›

See how latest tweaks push iOS 8 even further

The second beta of iOS 8 upgrades Apple’s mobile platform visually as well as functionally. Along with plenty of bug fixes, iOS 8 Beta 2 delivers a number of neat tweaks that make the upcoming mobile OS even better than… Read more ›

New icons in OS X Yosemite will bring the Mac operating system and iOS closer than ever visually. While Yosemite doesn’t come out until fall, you can get this cool, flat look now — without downloading Apple’s Developer Preview betas,… Read more ›

Apple and Google aren’t the good friends they used to be thanks to the rise of Android as the iPhone’s main competitor. Every since Apple axed Google Maps in iOS 6, it was clear that Google’s days in Apple’s software were… Read more ›

Outside of reading Cult of Mac (which you’re already doing!) Medium is one of the best go-to destinations of quality writing on the Internet. A blog publishing platform co-founded by ex-Twitter founders Evan Williams and Biz Stone, Medium is an… Read more ›