Iâ€™ve applied dozens of screen protectors to my iPhones over the years, and Iâ€™d say less than 10% of them actually went on straight. They almost always go on wonky first time, and that means pulling them away and applying them again. ALIN by TYLT Category: Screen Protectors Works With: iPhone 5/5s Price: $25 Fortunately, […]
The post Wonky Screen Protectors Are A Thing Of The Past With ALIN For iPhone [Review] appeared first on Cult of Mac.
Twitter’s video sharing app, Vine, has been overshadowed by the addition of video to Instagram, but that hasn’t stopped millions of people from signing up for Vine.Â Vine announced this afternoon that it just hit 40 million registered users today – a huge jump from the 13 million users it announced in June. The launch of […]
The post Vine User Base Ramps Past 40 Million appeared first on Cult of Mac.
The Ukrainian folks behind the iblazr, a little four-LED accessory flash that plugs into an iDevice’s 3.5mm jack, have almost doubled their $50K Kickstarter goal and now offer something new: a diffuser, included free with the flash. My colleague Charlie Sorrel wasn’t overly enthused with the iblazr when he wrote about it earlier this [...]
The post iblazr Rockets Past Its Funding Goal, Now Offers Free Diffuser [Kickstarter] appeared first [Read More...]
Oh man, those guys at Everpix sure know how to have some fun. *Nerd* fun, that is. When they;re not busy making my favorite photo-looking-after-and-looking-at app for the web, Mac and iOS, they’re adding little nuggets of gold like the new Mac Memories app. And no, it has nothing to do with RAM. Unless “you”ewe” take lots of pictures of male sheep — ba-dum-tish!
Everpix, you will remember, scoops up all your photos [Read More...]
A new Mac malware has been found in the wild that allowed attackers to steal data and install unauthorized apps on a compromised machine. What makes this malware different than other recent Mac malware, though, is that it breezes right past Gatekeeper… and the people behind it might have been gunning for the life of their malware victim.
Known security researcher and privacy activist Jacob Applebaum discovered the malware — which [Read More...]
LAS VEGAS, CES 2013 – There’s nothing that isn’t Bluetooth-powered at CES. We saw a Bluetooth-enabled fork the other day, and today, we saw a pack of Bluetooth-enabled stickers. Really.
Unlike the stickers of Hello Kitty and She-Ra: The Princess Of Power that Buster and I shrewishly compete to collect, however, the Stick ‘N’ Find Bluetooth stickers are actually pretty useful, although [Read More...]
Android technically sells more smartphones than Apple, but iOS devices continue to dominate mobile web traffic.Â Chitika Insights has been tracking web traffic on the top mobile platforms, and iOS commands 67% of usage and Android only 33%.
Since May, iOS has seen 2% traffic growth while Android has seen a 2% decrease. Both parties have put out a volley of new devices in recent months, yet the percentages have largely stayed the [Read More...]
iPhone cases come in all shapes, sizes and purposes. This has been the case, so to speak, since iPhones first hit the market in 2007.
But the somewhat recent explosion in crowd-funding iPhone case projects has radicalized the available offerings.
Some cases offer aesthetics. Others focus on protecting the phone. Still others extend battery life.
One phone, for example, does it all. The AQUA TEK S for iPhone, a Kickstarter project that [Read More...]
Fan favorite (and BAFTA award-winning) point and click adventure game series Broken Sword is getting a sequel, called The Serpent’s Curse, and it’s being funded in part via Kickstarter. It’s a new adventure for Mac (and PC) starring series regulars George and Nico being developed by series creator, Charles Cecil, and his company Revolution Software.
The Broken Sword series has garnered many awards, including four BAFTAs, the Pocket Gamer Gold Award, and [Read More...]