Cult of Mac reader Christian Kos wrote to ask a couple of questions about shooting photos on a camera and importing them to the iPad using the camera connection kit. Specifically, he wanted to know If there was any… Read more ›
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It would be next to impossible to ever label an iPhone thief “thoughtful” — but a recent story coming out of China took a turn for the strange when the thief in question painstakingly wrote out eleven pages of contact… 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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If you picked up a new iPhone 5s this year, you’d better take good care of its home button, because you can no longer pick up a cheap replacement on eBay and fit it yourself. The repair experts at mendmyi…
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Board games have enjoyed quite the resurgence on the iPad, with digital versions of just about any game folks can think of, including Monopoly, Risk, Ticket To Ride, and Small World, just to name a few. Many of these games…
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The post Roll Them Bones – Digitally – With Bluetooth-Powered Dice+ [Review] appeared first on Cult of Mac.
Ringflash: You love the harsh-yet-even light, and the donut-shaped highlights it throws into the subjectâ€™s eyes. You love that you can make magazine-style photos with a single, on camera flash. But you hate the bulky plastic adapter you have to carry around to make it all happen. What you need, my creative yet lazy [...]
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Not too surprisingly, the five major publishers originally named in the US Department of Justice’s e-book case regarding their collusion with Apple on pricing have now themselves filed a complaint at the Justice Department’s proposal to eliminate the use of the agency model in any Apple agreements with publishers for a period of five years. [...]
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