Tag Archive: Review


Nyne’s big bulky speaker is a boombox for the Bluetooth age [Review]

As a teenager in the 80s, I love a good boombox. The bigger, the better, like Radio Raheem’s. That’s why I was keen to check out Nyne’s new Bluetooth Boombox, called — what else — the Rock. It’s the biggest Bluetooth speaker I’ve ever seen, promising to put out 65 watts of raw music power. […]

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Samsung Galaxy S7 is the smartphone to beat in 2016 [Review]

Building a smartphone that beats the Galaxy S6 has likely been Samsung’s biggest challenge so far. How do you improve upon an already stellar design and one of the best smartphone cameras on the market? You build the Galaxy S7. With its curved glass back, larger battery, Dual Pixel camera and even more powerful internals, the […]

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Caseology review: Testing 4 of the nicest iPhone 6s cases available

Caseology is a fairly new smartphone case brand and the company was kind enough to send Cult of Mac four different cases from its iPhone 6s lineup to test out. With the vast majority of Caseology cases on Amazon receiving 4-star and 4 and a half-star reviews, I was eager to see if they lived […]

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Review: Sonos Play:5 speaker is a rumbling, room shaking rabble-rouser

The flagship speaker from Sonos has been revamped, redesigned and relaunched. The result is awesome. The new Play:5 is a big, beefy speaker that sounds absolutely wonderful. It’s available in stores today, and although it’s not cheap, I’d recommend you go out and get one. Or two. Stereo is even better. Sonos is a truly […]

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Review: Logitech’s Create keyboard case turns iPad Pro into a bone fide laptop

The iPad Pro is being hailed as “a new kind of computer,” but as some have noted, it’s really the top half of a new kind of computer. Missing is the bottom half — the keyboard. Apple has a solution for that — the $ 169 Smart Keyboard, which turns the iPad Pro into a laptop […]

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Cult of Mac Magazine: Apple TV Review – The good, the bad and the ugly

It’s finally here! The Apple TV we’ve all been waiting for should be arriving in homes across the world today. We’ve got our review of the cute little black box, plus a ton more, including the biggest takeaways from Apple’s recent earnings call, how Google is facing its own Bendgate issues, 10 delightful new iOS […]

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Apple TV review: The good, the bad and the ugly

The new Apple TV looks like the old one, but it’s a complete overhaul of the little black puck. It now comes with a full-blown App Store, a touch-sensitive remote and voice controls via Siri. You can preorder it now, and it’ll ship Friday. We got our hands on a developer model and have been […]

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Galaxy Note 5 review: The finest phablet money can buy

After kicking off the “phablet†trend in 2011, the Galaxy Note series has become the bigger and better smartphone in Samsung’s lineup every year — and usually the best phablet on the market. But with this year’s Note 5, a lot has changed. Samsung has snubbed a number of popular features to take a gamble on the […]

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iPhone 6s review: Pretty on the outside, a beast on the inside

The iPhone 6s looks just like its predecessor, but new features make this year’s model much, much more than just an “incremental†upgrade. An iPhone 6s review.

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iOS 9 review: It’s all about speed

iOS 9 won’t shock you with a bunch of whiz-bang new features or a drastic new look, but in many ways, Apple’s latest mobile operating system is more important than its two immediate predecessors. While iOS 7 and iOS 8 laid a foundation that embraced the future of mobile design, iOS 9 is making all […]

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