Tag Archive: Rule


How Google Hangouts Could Rule the World

  A dark cloud hangs over the future of mobile communication: the spectre of Facebook controlling it all. It’s not likely, actually. But Facebook’s intention to purchase WhatsApp for $ 16 billion or $ 19 billion dollars (depending on whether you factor… Read more ›     

How Google Play Newsstand Could Rule the News

Google announced this week Google Play Newsstand, an app for reading non-book content (magazines, newspapers, blogs and more) on an Android phone or tablet. Google appears to work hard to make sure the iOS platform has Google apps with as… Read more ›     

What if you could condense all of the credit, debit, membership, and gift cards in your wallet down to a single card? Companies like Apple and Google have tried to give us digital wallets, but nothing has really caught on.…

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The post Coin Wants To Be The One Card In Your Wallet To Rule Them All, And It Looks Brilliant appeared first on Cult of Mac.

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new-cultcast-site-promo-pic-doubtfire.jpgLook, I’m not gonna like to you—we get weird on this week’s CultCast. But, before the wheels fall off completely, we do work in some great Apple news stories and topics such as: why iPhone 5S could have two flashes; how the iOS game controller could change everything; new Thunderbolt displays on the way; the [...]

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I’ve never been convinced by Martin Hajek’s iWatch concepts. They’re beautifully done, but the stitched leather band is hideous and very un-Apple-like, and I can’t help but feel that whatever the iWatch is going to be, it isn’t going to be an unusably small iPod touch strapped to your wrist.

That said, Hajek’s just unveiled a number of high-quality renders of his iWatch concept that he did for MacUser, and if you’re a fan of  [Read More...]

The smallest Mac in Mordor.

Apple loves to hide little surprises, or “easter eggs,” within its software — such as the memorable quotes inside its OS X icons, or the temporary date (Jan 24, 1984 — 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...]

I hate camera straps. I’m forever taking one off and threading another one through the camera’s eyelets or hooking up some device to the tripod screw or just wrapping a neck strap around my wrist. For something that’s so simple, and has been around for so long, the camera strap sure is a badly-designed piece of junk.

The Leash, on the other hand (or other shoulder), is an attempt to combine all straps ever into one  [Read More...]

So, you’re a longtime Growl user, and now you get some alerts from Growl, and a bunch of other ones from Notification Center, and your inner OCD-child just wishes it could all come through Notification Center? I mean, Growl 2 will send stuff right to Notification Center, anyway, so why not get a head start on the process?

With the help of a third-party app called MountainGrowl, you’ll be fashionably ahead of  [Read More...]

Fun Game: Rule like a Pharoah of Ancient Egypt

Fate of the Pharaoh Every week Mac Games and More features a fun, casual game you can play over the weekend. This week’s game challenges you to try to achieve the same kind of wealth and power of the pharaohs from ancient Egyptian times in a stimulating simulation game. Download it now   Fate of the PharaohFate of the Pharaoh (simulation/strategy) – There’s been a series of attacks and now everything is destroyed. Your  [Read More...]

Beginning March 1st, Google will roll most of its privacy policies into one new main privacy policy to cover the majority of its products. Google has been slowly working towards the goal of creating a unified and more personal experience across their products and the new privacy policy is just another step in that direction. The new privacy policy will contain the majority of jargon you’re used to seeing with the exception  [Read More...]