It’s the weekend, which means it’s time for Cult of Mac to run down the week’s best apps. From guerrilla filmmaking to guerrilla warfare, and silent messaging apps to RSS readers, we think we’ve got something for everyone. Check out our pics below: Guerilla Filmmaker From Bentley commercials to Sundance indie movies, it’s not exactly […]
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While some may see Xiamoi, Samsung, and other players in the smartphone race as iPhone copycats, Jony Ive sees it as downright “theft.” That was the clear takeaway from Ive’s interview at the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit today. “I… Read more ›
Tim Cook, Phil Schiller and others who knew himÂ have made public comments commemorating Steve Jobs, who passed away three years ago today. Cook sent out two tweets, quoting Jobs from his 2005 Stanford Commencement AddressÂ asÂ saying, “You have to trust in… Read more ›
Secret sauceâ€”it’s the reason Apple keeps winning where others fail, and on our newest CultCast, we discuss the recipe that keeps Apple ahead of the pack. Plus, iOS 8 rumors detail some powerful new features; whispers of an impossibly thin… Read more ›
In response to the publicâ€™s outcry that tech companies are working with the NSA to pilfer personal info on targets of interest,Â Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter and others announced an alliance with civil liberties groups today demanding for more transparency by U.S. government concerning wiretapping. The coalition sent a letter today to President Obama and […]
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Apple and some of Silicon Valley’s biggest companies have been under heavy fire ever since info on the National Security Administration’s PRISM program leaked to the public last month. In response to the public’s outcry that tech companies are working with the NSA to pilfer personal info on targets of interest,Â Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter […]
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The Washington Post has reported that the NSA has created a $ 20 million spy program called PRISM, that has been allowed to directly access citizens’ private data on Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, PalTalk, AOL, Skype, YouTube, and Apple servers – the company joined the program in that order as well..
Both Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Apple have allÂ denied any involvementÂ in the PRISM program, however, the Washington Post’s story alleges that the [Read More…]
Today, Google announced two new Nexus tablets — the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 — which will go head-to-head with more established competitors like the iPad, the iPad mini and the Kindle Fire HD. But how do they stack up?
Here’s a chart comparing the specs of each device:
Please scroll the table left and right to see all of its contents.
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