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This week Cult of Mac Magazine looks into why your Mac gets crufty and what you can do about it. You know how your friendly technician always tells you to just reboot the computer, but there’s got to be more… Read more ›     

Apple will launch “iOS in the Car” with Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, and Volvo as partners at the Geneva Motor Show next week, according to the Financial Times. While Apple has said that it has more than a dozen automobile manufacturers on board,… Read more ›     

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We’ve been excited about Tengami ever since we saw it at a gaming conference a couple of years back. The long development time has paid off for developer Nyamyam, as Tengami is by far one of the best games of… Read more ›     

  This week in Cult of Mac Magazine: Can iMacs find a cure for cancer? Right now, thousands of kids across Kentucky are furthering cancer research while they do their schoolwork, thanks to the DataseamGrid. Cult of Mac publisher Leander… Read more ›     

Mark Smith’s Spell Quest: Grimm’s Journey is this week’s iOS Game of the Week, and it’s a fun one. You’ll need to spell words to move Grimm from left to right, with longer words causing more damage to the baddies… Read more ›     

This week, Cult of Mac Magazine is all about the Olympics. Whether you’re a cord cutter or just like to slack off at work, our ever-resourceful reviews editor Charlie Sorrel has compiled all the tips you need to watch without… Read more ›     

This week in Cult of Mac Magazine: drive smarter, with a little help from the app store. Your iPhone. Great apps. Your car. What could be better? Well, maybe an Apple-designed  driving system. We’re all eagerly awaiting for release of… Read more ›     

Daniel Hjelm has a pretty nifty game on his hands here: Loot Hero. It’s the essence of RPG games, distilled down for the mobile platform. You tap on the left and right sides of the screen, and mow down enemy… Read more ›     

This week, we’re all about the Mac. Cult of Mac Magazine fetes the 30 year anniversary of the Macintosh, arguably the first Apple product to gain a large (dare we say cult?) following. To do it right, we’ve got an… Read more ›