Zenbox’s slogan really says it all: “Hide the mess behind the desk.” As a dedicated throw-everything-in-the-closet-and-slam-the-door-before-it-falls-out practitioner, I can get behind this 100%. The Zenbox is a dock for your MacBook Pro: you plug one end into the left side of your Mac, and plug your various peripherals into the other.
The USP of this dock over others is that those peripherals sit at the end of a cable, letting you throw [Read More...]
<a href=”http://www.cultofmac.com/tag/ces-2013“><img alt=”CES 2013 bug” src=”http://www.cultofmac.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/CES-2013-bug.jpg” width=”80″ height=”80″ /> LAS VEGAS, CES 2013 -
When I videochatted over Skype with one of Belkin‘s PR people a few days ago, I told them I was dumbfounded at the sound coming from the tiny speakers built into the pre-production Thunderstorm case they sent me to play around with (the review notes I scrawled down actually read “pretty fucking amazed with this thing”); Nate, [Read More...]
The smallest Mac in Mordor.
Apple loves to hide little surprises, or “easter eggs,” within its software â€” such as the memorable quotes inside its OS X icons, or the temporary date (Jan 24, 1984 â€” when the first Macintosh was unveiled) given to apps downloaded from the Mac App Store. A new one has been discovered that’s sure to please Lord of the Rings fans.
Typing a simple comment into Terminal [Read More...]
When you walk into an Apple Store the only thing Apple wants you to think about are Macs, iPhones, iPads and iPods. Surrounded by aÂ minimalistÂ technologyÂ paradise, nothing is supposed to distract customers. There are no cash registers, shopping carts, shopping bags, receipts or pretty much anything.
Well actually, there is a spot for the shopping bags, cash drawers, and receipt printers, they’re just all hidden from customers. Underneath tables in the store are [Read More...]
If you?ve been tethering your iDevice without a data plan from AT&T, then you may have received an ominous text message instructing you to either stop your unauthorized tethering activities, or face being automatically enrolled in a data plan costing upwards of $ 45 a month. PdaNet has just released an update that includes a convenient ?Hide Usage? feature that should put an end to AT&T?s threatening [Read More...]