Tag Archive: You’ll


If you punch a time card, you’ll love Shifts

Not all of us work 9 to 5’s. My wife, for example, works all sorts of shifts, working around her school schedule: 8:30 – 5:30 one day, then 1:30 to 9:30 the next. And as a guy who spends the… Read more ›

2014 was a landmark year for quality iOS games and, while we’re fully expecting to see more great titles for iPhone and iPad in 2015, it’s also clear that devs are keen to leap on the Apple Watch as soon… Read more ›

LAS VEGAS — The problem with the state of smartwatches, beyond the sucky software, is that they’re all ugly. The Apple Watch might very well be the first wearable that not only works, but looks good too, although we won’t… Read more ›

The first full day of CES if starting to wrap up and if there’s one trend that’s starting to emerge, it’s that there are no trends. Nowhere was this more apparent than Samsung’s keynote, where the company threw everything and… Read more ›

Innovative gadgets you’ll want in 2015 [Deals]

The goal at Cult of Mac Deals is to provide the newest and best tech products to you at super low prices. We are continuing to meet that goal in 2015 with a collection of new tech products that will… Read more ›

You’ve collected all the coins, you’ve beaten all the enemies, and you’ve finally gotten to the right castle and saved the princess. Now, in order to avoid a nasty time paradox, you’ll have to do it all again. In reverse.… Read more ›

Though he’s toyed with escape games for years, Turkish developer Maruf Nebil didn’t get hooked on the genre until 100 Floors hit the App Store in 2012. When The Room Two upped the ante with gorgeous 3-D environments a year… Read more ›

You think you know Peter Pan’s story? Guess again, because director Joe Wright (Anna Karenina, Pride and Prejudice) has got an entirely new tale to tell. Pan is the origin story of the boy who never grows up. He’s an… Read more ›

Now that Universal has decided to go the Marvel route and create its own cinematic universe starring the classic movie studio’s own popular monsters like Frankenstein and The Wolf Man, we thought it might be a good time to reach… Read more ›

Picture this. You’re a disembodied skull with stretchy brain parts. You use this elasticity to fling yourself around the afterworld, Angry Birds-style, in order to collect taxes from the deadbeats who reside there. Sound like fun? It is, oddly enough.… Read more ›