Tag Archive: Vote


Vote For Jony Ive As The Drum’s UK Designer Of The Year

Jony Ive has made it to the final ten to crown the UK’s Designer of the Year at The Drum Design Awards in April. “This is the cream of the UK’s design crop,” says The Drum editor Gordon Young. “Each…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Apple Board Asks Shareholders To Vote Against Icahn Buyback

He’s appeared on the cover of Time magazine, and been called a “Johnny Come Lately” by Apple shareholders — and now Carl Icahn has also received a response from Apple regarding his proposed $ 50 billion buyback plan. In short, Apple…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Cast Your Vote: Pick The Final Winner For Best iOS App Of 2012 [Poll]

Ladies and gentlemen, your finalists

With your help, we’ve narrowed down the list of best iOS apps of 2012 to a handful of favorites: Clear, Temple Run, Angry Birds Star Wars, Google Maps, Letterpress, and Paper.

Big thanks to everyone who voted so far. Now’s your chance to pick a winner from the shortlisted finalists.

These are the apps that scored best in our previous round of voting, and  [Read More…]

Cast Your Vote: What Was The Best iOS App Of 2012? [Poll]

It’s time for you to vote for your fave

What was the best iOS app of 2012? We need your help to find out. Read on to see our longlist of candidates, and cast your vote for a shortlist later in the week.

The list below includes some you’ve suggested to us, and some Cult of Mac staff favorites from the past few months. We realize we’ll never be able to  [Read More…]

Have A Say In The Future Of Gaming: Vote For Mac Games Via Steam Greenlight

Valve’s continued support for Mac games is laudable. Including Mac gaming in their offerings continues to prove to naysayers that Macs are a viable gaming machine, and deserve to be treated well, with support for games, developers and, of course, publishers of Mac games.

Steam Greenlight is a new initiative from Bellevue-based Valve Software aimed at allowing the growing Steam membership a say in the process of choosing what games  [Read More…]

Flock The Vote With Codeweavers, Get Free CrossOver App For A Year

CodeWeavers announced today the return of Quack: Flock the Vote, a program in which Codeweavers will offer their Windows compatibility software for free download over a 24-hour period and to use for 12 months if 100,000 American voters pledge to vote in the coming elections.

The company even has a thermometer graphic to measure the number of pledges.

This is the second time CodeWeavers has created such a  [Read More…]

This Weeks Must-Have iOS Games: Mikey Shorts, The Simpsons, Vote!!! & More [Roundup]

Headlining this week’s must-have iOS games roundup is an awesome new platformer calledMikey Shorts,which offers its own unique style of play focused on speed. We also haveThe Simpsons: Tapped Out,which makes its App Store debut for the second time;VOTE!!!,the latest title from Infinity Bladecreators Chair Entertainment; and a great space-age building game from Gameloft.

Mikey Shorts Universal ($ 0.99)

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I’m always on the lookout for awesome new platformers,  [Read More…]

Last Week to Vote in the Official iPhone Film Festival

Wednesday marks the beginning of the last week viewers can cast their vote for one of twelve finalists in the Original iPhone Film Festival. The 12 films spread across four categoriesfiction, non-fiction, brand film, and music videoare of course filmed entirely with the iPhone. None of the films are very long (its more of a short-film festival), and the music videos are well, music videos, but all of the films do showcase the talents of  [Read More…]

Bulgarian Students Vote to Change School Name to ‘Steve Jobs’

This is what the bronze statue outside of the school will be modeled after. A Bulgarian school is about to change its name to Steve Jobs. The schoolcurrently named Vladimir Ilyich Leninis located in the town of Plodvid the second largest city in Bulgaria. The technical school specializing in electronics will celebrate its 50th anniversary soon and to commemorate the occasion the students want to change the name on the school door to someone else.  [Read More…]

The State Of Oregon Helps Disabled People Vote With iPads [Report]

In an attempt to make sure all of its residents vote for Tuesdays special primary election, Oregoncounty election workers have been making the rounds to local nursing homes and community centers to help disabled people vote. What are these disabled people voting with, you ask? iPads, of course. While most of Oregons voters are sending in their ballets by mail to replace the former US Representative David Wu  [Read More…]