Your next iPad keyboard might come from… Microsoft! That’s right: this minimal, great-looking, tablet-specific keyboard comes from Microsoft. And while is is designed to be used with Windows 8, it “also works with iPad and most Android devices.
The keyboard has the usual Bluetooth connection, aluminum tray and host of media keys. But it also comes with a clever cover which detaches to make a stand for a tablet, as seen in the [Read More...]
A lot of things changed when the latest version of iTunes was released, much of which represented user interface and behavior changes that weren’t always popular. For many of us, the best solution of handling the new UI was to basically revert the changes to make iTunes look normal and familiar again, and we’re about to do the same thing with the Search feature.
First an [Read More...]
Itâ€™s pretty rare to find quality sounding earbuds that look as good as they sound. But youâ€™ll find just that in our latest Cult of Mac Deals offer. Thatâ€™s because you can get a pair of brown BodyGuardz Moxy earbuds with a mic by for just $ 35â€¦but only for a limited time.
The sleek, contoured design of the Moxy earbuds enables them to fit snugly in your ear, [Read More...]
If you want your iPad mini to feel extra special, or if you’re worried about friends coming over and scratching it, or stealing it, this heavy-duty acrylic security base looks just like the ones Apple uses to keep hardware safe at the Apple Store.
The iPad Mini Security BaseÂ can turn your iPad mini into a kiosk display, or protect it from thieves with its tamper-proof screws, while still giving you full [Read More...]
If you have been trawling the internet for an iPhone 5 bike mount which looks like it was beamed forward in time from the 1980s, then stop! Your search is over. Better still, the case even has a numeral-heavy 1980s-style name: The M550.
The case sure is boxy and would be right at home in Back To The Future (if BTTF had featured bikes instead of skateboards and DeLoreans), but it looks to be a lot [Read More...]
No matter which presidential candidate you’re voting for, today is a day to be proud for America. As Americans across the country come together to decide the direction of the country, we should relish the freedom we have to vote and elect a new president every four years. Democracy is one of the greatest aspects of the good ‘ole U.S.A.
Politics surrounding elections are always crazy, so we think the best way to celebrate Election [Read More...]
The AluRack mounts your MacBook in style and out of sight.
Just Mobile is one of my favorite third-party accessory makers for Apple products. They make beautifully minimal stands, chargers, styluses, and other random accessories for iPhone, iPad and Mac. What makes Just Mobile’s stuff great is that most of their products look like they were designed by Apple itself, and that’s no exaggerationâ€”just take a look at their catalog. It’s all [Read More...]
Simple on the outside…
This is the uNu Ex-Era battery case for iPhone 4 and 4S. It offers a degree of flexibility you won’t find in most other battery cases, although that flexibility comes with a drawback – namely that the case doesn’t feel as robust as some of its less flexible rivals. But you can’t have everything, all the time.
The case comes in no less than four sections. You don’t [Read More...]
One feature of iOS 6 that stands out is the new widget that includes a tap to Tweet (Twitter) and tap to Post (Facebook) functionality. If you want this feature on your jailbroken iOS 5 device, you can do so now with a new free jailbreak widget called iOS 6 Twitter Widget for Notification Center by iOS developer Mathieu Hendey. The widget was made to mimic the appearance of the iOS 6 widget, however it is made only for [Read More...]
Many years ago before OS X, the Mac OS Finder was much more simple. There was no toolbar, no sidebar, no drop shadows, and each folder opened in it’s own window showing you only the icons in that Folder. That was basically the default desktop experience from Mac OS 1.0 through Mac OS 9, and you can bring much of that traditional simplified Finder styling to [Read More...]