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How to stream NFL games on Apple devices in 2018

With the football season heating up, it’s time to make sure you have a way to catch all the biggest matchups. Luckily, watching NFL games no longer requires you to pay for an overpriced cable

Get plugged into the IoT on a budget for the home [Deals]

If you’ve read about technology in the last five years, you’ve heard about the internet of things. It represents a merging of the physical and digital worlds, where devices of all kinds are

Cult of Mac Magazine: What to expect from next week’s big Apple event, and more!

In this week’s Cult of Mac Magazine: The annual Apple event we’ve all been waiting for is right around the corner. On September 12, Apple will host a special keynote from the Steve Jobs Theater in

Today in Apple history: iTunes Store hits 10 million music downloads

September 8, 2003: Apple reveals that it has sold its 10 millionth iTunes song download. The tune in question? Avril Lavigne’s “Complicated.” Come to think of it, “You fall and you crawl and you break

Apple in talks with major newspapers for subscription service

Apple is trying to get three of the biggest newspapers in the U.S. to join forces for a new subscription service. The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post have all allegedly

Trump’s tariffs would make Apple gear more expensive

President Trump’s latest list of proposed tariffs on products manufactured in China would have a negative impact on some of Apple’s most popular products. In a letter sent to the U.S. Trade

Apple Music launches its own ‘Top 100’ song charts

Apple will begin publishing “Top 100” Apple Music charts from its 50 million-plus subscribers as it seeks to apply more muscle in an ultra-competitive music-streaming business. Apple quietly launched

Here’s what we think we know about the 2018 iPad Pro lineup

Apple is about to make the most significant change to its iPad lineup since 2015. And you don’t have to wait to find out what’s coming because just about all the details have already leaked out. From

Smartphones covered in camera lenses will change everything

Mobile phone photography has been through a mostly meaningless megapixel war. Now on to the next battle – the smartphone with the most cameras. Apple, true to its playbook, will watch while other

What to expect from Apple’s ‘Gather Round’ event next week

The annual Apple event we’ve all been waiting for is right around the corner. On September 12, the company will host a special keynote from the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park, where it will reveal

How Apple Watch Series 4 will raise the bar for wearables [UPDATED]

Apple’s biggest keynote of the year is just days away and while the iPhone XS will be the main attraction of the event, Apple Watch Series 4 could steal the show with a bevy of new features. Rumors

Top Mac app steals your browsing history and sends it to China

A top paid app in the Mac App Store has been revealed as stealing the browser histories of anyone who downloads and uses it. Adware Doctor is among the top grossing paid apps in the App Store’s

Learn app development for iOS 12 in just 10 days [Deals]

iOS 12 is coming soon, so now’s the time for developers to get familiar with all the new features in Apple’s next-gen mobile operating system. This course offers a 10-day tour of the tools and

Apple veteran critiques tech’s flawed drive to solve healthcare

A number of tech companies are excited about the possibility of revolutionizing healthcare. However, a long-time Apple veteran believes that the “fast fail” approach employed by many Silicon Valley

iPhone Max, and the practical processes behind Apple’s creative genius, on The CultCast

This week on The CultCast: Get ready for the iPhone Max! Plus: Rumors indicate Apple’s new iPhones will receive a serious price cut; Apple is working on the one feature the  Watch desperately needs;

Qualcomm makes a tactical error in its battle with Apple

Qualcomm has seemingly made a big tactical error in the pre-trial run-up to its infringement court case with Apple — and now it’s trying to get out of it. According to a report of the events, Qualcomm

Today in Apple history: Steve Jobs unveils Rokr E1, the first iTunes phone

September 7, 2005: Apple and Motorola launch the Rokr E1, the first Cupertino-sanctioned cellphone to run iTunes. Steve Jobs is very unhappy with the results. The compromised device shows what a error

Condé Nast executive joins Apple’s growing News team

Apple has hired ex-Condé Nast executive Liz Schimel to work as part of its Apple News team. Schimel joined the company earlier this summer, and will serve as the “head [of Apple’s] news business.”

No one knows what 2018 iPhone models will cost

A hot topic of debate among Apple analysts is the prices for the three iPhone models expected next week. And there have been some leaks suggesting prices for the 2018 models. Thing is, none of these

The wait is over for iPad version of Minecraft: Education Edition

Kids love Minecraft and iPad. Teachers love applications that turning learning into a game. All of these come together with an iPad version of Minecraft: Education Edition. After being announced last