Tag Archive: They’re


iPhone 5c hackers think they’re close to cracking iPhone 6

Israeli tech firm Cellebrite, a.k.a. the mobile forensics firm which helped the FBI hack the iPhone 5c at the center of the San Bernardino shooting case, is reportedly “optimistic” about hacking the more secure iPhone 6. The story in this instance involves an Italian father, Leonardo Fabbretti, wanting to access the iPhone photos, notes and messages belonging to […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Sphear earbuds are so comfy, you’ll forget they’re in [Reviews]

Lust List: Sphear in-ear monitors by Focal When I think earbuds, I don’t think comfort. They’re light and let you take naps while in, but there’s really only so long I can handle keeping them in my ears. That’s why this new set of “in-ear monitors,” called Sphear is so exciting — I’ve had them […]

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These two seals talk over FaceTime every day because they’re in love

FaceTime makes it easier to keep in touch with loved ones, no matter where you are. And that’s apparently true even for seals. Here’s the adorable story. Babyface and Sija are two seals from the UK’s Cornish Seal Sanctuary, who conceived two pups together, despite the fact that Sija was on seal contraception (really). Consequently, […]

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Pay What You Want Madness! Save big on these bundles before they’re gone [Deals]

Save in a big way with Pay What You Want bundles at Cult of Mac Deals. Pay What You Want bundles offer a convenient way to get elite level training, software, design assets and more at a price point of…

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Hot deals ending soon. Get them before they’re gone! [Deals]

New deals are offered frequently at Cult of Mac Deals. As new deals emerge, older ones must unfortunately go. This could be your final opportunity to pick up these amazing deals so, if they are of interest to you, we…

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Finnish Linguists Tell Apple They’re Spelling iPhone Wrong

If you thought that “Think Different” was the last time Apple was going to come under fire from the grammar police, think again! Finland’s linguistic authorities, the Institute for the Languages of Finland — which rules on correct spellings, loan…

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Twitter To Finally Give Us The Ability To Edit Tweets After They’re Posted [Rumor]

Twitter is said to be working on a new feature that will allow users to edit tweets after they are published, The Desk reports. As things stand, the only way to fix typos and other errors is to delete your tweet and…

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They’re Back – The Walking Dead: Season Two Unveiled

Think you’ve seen the last of The Walking Dead on your Mac or iOS device? Think again. Telltale Games, the award-winning developer of recent hit games The Walking Dead: Season One and Fables: The Wolf Among Us, announced Tuesday the…

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Microsoft Pulls Apple Bashing Videos Off YouTube Because They’re Awful

Screen Shot 2013-09-13 at 4.25.32 PMEarlier today, we told you about a new video from Microsoft that attempted to bash Apple’s latest iPhones. It was poorly done, not funny, and just genuinely awful. The clip was actually part of a seven-part group of videos that made fun of Apple employees(?) of some kind making ridiculous, cliche pitches for different features, […]

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Kindle App Vs. iBooks. (Spoiler: They’re Virtually Identical Now!) [Feature]

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Which is which?

Yesterday, Amazon’s iOS Kindle app was updated to add multicolor highlights, “Book End Actions” (rate, review, share, see recommendations) and to fix the brightness control, which now stays set across app switching or sleep.

At first I thought “Meh, iBooks has had most of that since forever.” And then I thought “Wait, are there any differences left between these two apps?”

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