Tag Archive: Three


Apple’s iTunes store has increasingly become the place where today’s top blockbusters make their home debut, premiering on your iPhone, Mac, or Apple TV as much as a week before their DVD releases. But with Captain America: The Winter Soldier,… Read more ›

We’re still waiting to get our first glimpse of Apple’s upcoming smart watch, but according to a new report, Apple is planning to release not one, not two, but three different models of the iWatch this fall. Citing supply chain… Read more ›

Scantily gets you a PDF in three easy steps

A lot of apps will let you turn your iPhone into a scanner, but Scantilly lets you turn your snapshots into PDFs quickly and easily. All you do is take a picture of the thing you want to preserve, crop… Read more ›

It’s not uncommon to find yourself in a situation throughout the day when you’re just bored and looking for something to do. The new app Spin It is an application that not only entertains you, but also brings a fresh… Read more ›

Three U.K. has confirmed that all customers have now been switched to a 4G tariff, allowing them to connect to LTE networks where available at no extra cost. Three’s LTE coverage now spans 36 towns and cities across Britain, including… Read more ›     

The Bureau: XCOM Declassified gets three new expansion packs for the Mac version of the game this week, available on the Mac App Store and Steam. The new packs–Hangar 6 R&D, CodeBreakers and the Light Plasma Pistol–bring new content and… Read more ›     

Mobile World Congress Day Three [Liveblog]

This year we’re covering the Barcelona Mobile World Congress a little differently. Each day there will be one liveblog post here on Cult of Mac and one on Cult of Android. Instead of gathering up press releases and writing them… Read more ›     

Tivoli has long made great-looking, full-toned radios and speakers with a distinctly classic style, and the new Model Three doesn’t change any of that. But there’s one addition which is distinctly modern. The nine-year old design now comes with Bluetooth.… Read more ›     

Just a few months after its launch, LinkedIn has made the call to kill controversial feature LinkedIn Intro — which embedded LinkedIn profiles inside your iOS Mail app. Despite being a cleverly designed solution, LinkedIn Intro was cricitized almost immediately… Read more ›     

Paper is quickly becoming a thing of the past, so we’re offering you a three year digital subscription of Hacker Monthly that you can enjoy on any device you want (PDF, MOBI, EPUB format), DRM-Free for the price of just… Read more ›