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The robot invasion is coming you guys, but all they want is our ice cream http://bit.ly/1oNjln2
The robots are coming, you guys. And they want all of our ice cream. What are we going to do? Robots Love Ice Cream by Dragon Army Category: iOS Games Work
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'Doodle Jump Racing' adds new spins to an App Store classic http://bit.ly/Q0N1wU
http://youtu.be/t-Xb9sXzyIg The hit game Doodle Jump was one of the first and most popular games to hit iOS in 2009. Since then many updates have been made
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"Steve Jobs himself believed that the budget iPhone should be based off of the iPod touch." - http://bit.ly/PWlw7V
In the past, when anyone has talked about the possibility of a low-cost iPhone aimed at the budget market, most have assumed that Apple would essentially t
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It's time to spring clean your Mac. Here's how to use Spotlight to find your huge files http://bit.ly/PUMLQ1
I'm kind of a stickler for a clean hard drive, especially since I started using Macbook Airs a few years back, what with their tiny little SSD units. I've
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How famed Bollywood choreographer Feroz Khan uses the iPad to create spectacular dance numbers http://bit.ly/1oHLTya
Apple has already shown us how the iPad is used to explore the deepest oceans and tallest mountains, but in for its newest segment of the 'Your Verse' camp
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Steve Ballmer’s final act was to unleash Office for iPad on the world http://bit.ly/Q2sCaN
Steve Ballmer. A total doofus, right? The man who said the iPhone was destined to be a failure, who thought the iPad was a dud, who stood in the way of Off
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The iWatch might be on your watch as early as this summer http://bit.ly/1oJmIeI
(Credit: Todd Hamilton) A new report out of China says that Apple's long-awaited iWatch could debut as early as summer this year, sometime after WWDC, and
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Facebook is probably killing your iPhone's battery life, but here's what you can do about it http://bit.ly/1oIqlBt
Does your iPhone battery constantly drain from 100% to nearly 0%? You might think the battery is to blame, but there could be a far more dastardly culprit:
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Will push notifications still work if you disable background refresh for an app?
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Looking for a more explosion-filled egg hunt this Easter? checkout 'Respawnables' new Easter Egg Hunt mode
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The Apple Store's iPhone trade-in program has expanded throughout Germany http://bit.ly/1oGLADJ
Having launched its iPhone trade-in program back in August last year, Apple has now expanded the program to cover Apple Retail Stores throughout Germany. T
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Cult of Mac is a daily news website that follows everything Apple. Our goal is to provide timely news, insightful analysis, helpful how-tos and honest reviews.

The staff is an international team of Apple experts, blogging around the clock, who have also written for WiredScientific AmericanThe GuardianPlayboy, Boing Boing, Popular MechanicMac|LifeThe New York TimesNewsweekDaily Telegraph, the BBC,MacUser and Macworld.

We often break stories and are becoming a primary news source on the tech web. Our stories often picked up by mainstream outlets like the L.A TimesWall Street Journal and Wired.