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OMG Y’AALL, it’s CultCast time. This week we bring to thee some more cool iOS 8 features you didn’t hear about at WWDC, plus we’ll tell you all about the new time-lapse video feature we’ve been playing with. Then, with… Read more ›

Belkin’s meeting room UFO offers some serious juice

Modern day meetings around the conference table may be a rare occurrence in our often-mobile and telecommuting world, but when they happen, the incoming mass of iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks need a lot of electricity. Instead of making all your… Read more ›

A story was widely circulated throughout the blogosphere last week about a rumor that Apple’s next EarPods would feature biometric sensors for reading health vitals. The “leak” was originally posted on Secret, an anonymous sharing platform, by someone claiming to be an… Read more ›

Cute animals are always in trouble. FreeDum by Pedro Category: iOS Games Works With: iPhone, iPad Price: $ 0.99 They’re always lost or in danger, or they want to eat a crap-ton of candy but can’t without your help. They’re a… Read more ›

We’ve been using the Do Not Disturb function on our iPhones since iOS 6, really, as the feature really helps us have some down time. You can schedule or enable the feature for easy access, keeping those pesky calls, messages,… Read more ›

If I’ve learned nothing else from science-fiction shows like Firefly and Cowboy Bebop, it’s this: If society crumbles, even a little, we will revert back to a Wild-West mode of life. Trials Frontier by RedLynx Category: iOS Games Works With:… Read more ›

House-hunting can be stressful and annoying, especially if you’ve never done it before. But Doorstep Swipe wants to help you out there by letting you quickly look through a bunch of listings in your desired location and then reject or… Read more ›

It’s not likely that anyone consistently takes pictures that look like one of the supervillains’ hideouts in the old Batman TV show, but even a slight tilt can make a photo look strange. Orient is an app that will eliminate… Read more ›     

Many apps these days are location aware and are able to refresh themselves in the background. It’s how apps like Facebook can refresh that little red icon badge on your home screen without you having to launch the app. All… Read more ›     

  Google bought a tiny Israeli startup today called SlickLogin. The three-person, two-month-old company has an interesting technology that replaces passwords. The terms were not disclosed. The acquisition is a tiny victory for people who believe in sound as a… Read more ›