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Find lost items anywhere in the world with GeoZilla GPS Tracker [Review]

The GeoZilla GPS Tracker can find your dog if he gets out of the yard, even if he takes a plane to Reno. Or it can locate your lost luggage if the airline accidentally ships it to Australia. There are

AirPods Pro might offer all the new features we’re asking for

UPDATE: The wait wasn’t long: Apple’s new AirPods Pro with noise cancellation are already here. Apple is reportedly about to take its wireless earbuds professional. Get ready for AirPods Pro with

The best drawing, streaming, recording and socializing apps this week

This week we stream movies off USB sticks, stay safe with social networks, learn to play guitar with apple Music, and draw pictures on virtual paper. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an

Improve your golf game with your iPhone and GoGolf [Deals]

Whether you’re an avid golfer or complete newbie, striving to take some strokes off your game is the goal. The GoGolf GPS, along with your iPhone, are the perfect companions on the green to help you

Apple’s 2020 vision: Whole lotta hardware [Cult of Mac Magazine 320]

If the rumors prove true, next year will bring a wave of new Apple hardware. We’re talking a major iPhone revamp, new Macs and Apple Watches, and even (possibly) augmented reality glasses. Read all

Get a grip on your investments with this full-featured finance app [Deals]

If you’ve got even a little bit of money sitting around, there’s no reason just to let it sit. Investing is one of the best ways to make your dollars work. But investing is time-consuming and

Beautiful drone shots in Apple’s new privacy ad will creep you out

Apple just posted a new video advertisement on Youtube, as the company does from time to time. The ad is about privacy on iPhone which has been one of the company’s biggest talking points over the

United Airlines teams up with Apple for SFO makeover

San Francisco International Airport could soon get some serious tech upgrades thanks to Apple. The iPhone-maker is reportedly in discussions with United Airlines about giving the carrier’s SFO

Pick up this ultra-rare Apple-1 with wood case for a mere $1.75 million

The original Apple-1 is rare, but an eBay auction going on now is for a nearly unique version with a wood case made by the Byte Shop. There are reportedly only 6 of these still in existence. That’s

How to change the dictation language on Apple Watch

Apple Watch dictation stuck in the wrong language? Want to dictate a message in Catalan instead of English? We've got you covered. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Swordfight with terrorists or wash pigs in new Apple Arcade games

Five newly released Apple Arcade games run the gamut from a side-scroller starring Lancelot wielding a laser sword all the way to a farmhand chasing down muddy pigs. With these varied additions, Apple

This might be the coolest AirPods case money can buy [Review]

AirPods won’t win any awards for their durability. Their shiny plastic case picks up scratches faster than a hip hop DJ’s latest vinyl. So you should protect them with a decent case. And they don’t

Apple starts shooting second season of For All Mankind next month

Apple is apparently very confident of success for its Apple TV+ series For All Mankind. With a week still to go before Apple launches its streaming TV service, it is gearing up to shoot a second

Twitterrific adds dark mode, multi-window support on iPad

Twitterrific’s latest update is out now with a brand-new dark mode and multi-window support on iPad. The verison 6.1 release makes it easier than ever to keep tabs on different accounts and feeds. It

Apple removes 17 malware apps that secretly clicked on ads

Apple quietly removed 17 sketchy apps from the App Store for delivering malware. All made by one developer based in India, the apps secretly generated money by clicking ad links and opening background

This app is like an insurance policy for your hard drive [Deals]

If you don’t already protect your Mac’s hard drive, you’d better start. Some of your most important data undoubtedly lives on your computer. With this set of hard disc tools, you can safely recover

Mouse support on iPad could be ‘perfect distruption’ to PC gaming

Better mouse support on iPad could be the “perfect disruption” to PC gaming, one analyst believes. Apple has already added the ability to control iPhone and iPad with a mouse in its latest software

16-inch MacBook Pro leaks! We talk about them, on The CultCast

This week on The CultCast: The new 16-inch MacBook Pro just leaked, but its “new design” leaves a lot of people disappointed. Plus, we’ll tell you why 2020 could deliver Apple’s most impressive

Apple awarded prize for ‘environmental leadership’ in China

Apple has scooped up a first-of-its-kind prize for its environmental work in China. The company was awarded the Green Supply Chain CITI Outstanding Brand title for “environmental leadership” across

Gmail finally goes dark for iOS 13

Gmail is the latest to pick up a brand-new dark mode for iOS 13. Google started making the feature available to a small number of users back in September — but now all should be able to take advantage