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My Cult of Mac colleague Killian is obsessed with the actor Tom Hanks to an almost worrying degree. I’ve never been to his home before (Killian’s, not Hanks’ — although I’ve not been there either), but I like to imagine… Read more ›

The Notes app in modern versions of iOS includes support for text formatting and media insertion. This is a welcome change for many reasons, as it not only improves the functionality of Notes app to serve as a scratchpad, but it also makes the Notes app and it’s iCloud syncing abilities between iOS devices and … Read More

Apple’s introduction of widgets in iOS 8 has already created some great new tools for iPhone users, but if you’d like to add a little fun to your Notification Center, Overglide has a widget adds a widget to the boring place… Read more ›

Apple is set to open its first office in the UK’s innovation capital Cambridge in the next couple of weeks, according to a new report. The address of the office — which will serve as an R&D lab — is the centrally-located 90 Hills… Read more ›

From Klingon to GIF-based keyboards, we’re seeing some really interesting examples of new third-party keyboards with iOS 8. Here’s a particularly exciting one, though: a keyboard which translates messages into other languages as you type. It does the opposite, too,… Read more ›

Are you interested in Inbox, Google’s innovative new attempt to “fix” email, but haven’t gotten an invitation into the beta? Good news: as long as you have a real-world friend who is already part of Inbox’s invite-only beta, you can… Read more ›

Do you take pictures of all your meals to share with your friends on Facebook and Instagram? Wish there was a way to share even more of it with your FOMO-ing virtual friends? Well, you can’t share the taste, or… Read more ›

These clever gadgets bring email into the real world

Email has become somewhat of a necessary evil lately, with a attempts like Google’s recent Inbox to use software to corral the over-abundance of the technology into something that makes better sense for us humans. Designer Brendan Dawes worked with… Read more ›

Your iPhone can make payments, control your smart home, and track your health — and soon it might be able to control your car, as well. A new patent published Thursday describes a way of using the iPhone’s geo-location capabilities… Read more ›