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Siri’s ignominious honor: Most accurate Apple leaker

This week, Siri leaked the date and time of the upcoming Apple event. And this wasn’t the first time Apple’s own virtual assistant told the world about an upcoming event before the official announcement. So step back Jon Prosser. Stand aside Marc Gurman. Siri now the most accurate Apple leaker. The honor was awarded by […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech...

Make your own movie night with this mini-projector, now on sale for $100

When you think of projectors, you probably have a pretty old-school understanding of what they’re capable of. That makes perfect sense, considering you probably watched a bunch of blurry presentations on your teacher’s old, rattling behemoth of a machine. But these days, projectors include some of the technology that makes all devices so appealing....

Our predictions for Apple’s big ‘Spring Loaded’ event [Cult of Mac Magazine 379]

As you might expect, we can’t wait to see what new gear Apple unleashes next Tuesday. If you don’t mind spoiling the surprises, take a look at our predictions about what will bounce out of Cupertino’s magic pipeline during the “Spring Loaded” event. However, if you’d rather skip the spoilers and spend your weekend watching […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech...

Google Stadia makes iPad gaming competitive with top consoles [Review]

Google Stadia could be the answer for anyone who wants to play console-quality games on an iPad. There are many big-name titles to choose from, and players can use off-the-shelf game controllers. This is cloud gaming — everything is played online so the service doesn’t take up space on your iPad. I spent quite a […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture...

Eliminate annoying ads and stay safe online with this all-in-one privacy filter

Life can be really complicated — and protecting your internet connection doesn’t seem to be exempt from that. From fiddling around with complex VPN settings to keeping a watchful eye out for scammers, it can be difficult just to focus on your own productivity or watch some of your favorite videos in your downtime. If […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and...

Why we might see first M1 iMacs next week

Trusted tipster Mark Gurman says the 2021 iMac all-in-one desktop might be the next to get the M1 processor. The announcement could be only a few days away. And that’s only the beginning. There’s plenty more evidence that an upgraded iMac will launch at Apple’s April 20 event. Plenty of evidence of a 2021 iMac […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture...

For All Mankind would be tense in another timeline

This week on For All Mankind, Russians are blockading the moon and Ed Baldwin’s going up to set ’em straight. Can old-fashioned American ingenuity prevent the reignition of the Cold War? Be honest, are you even watching Apple TV+’s alt-history space race show? For All Mankind review: ‘Triage’ In this week’s episode, titled “Triage,” the […] (via Cult...

Apple Music pays musicians far more per stream than Spotify

Apple’s music service pays musicians double what archrival Spotify does to stream each song to subscribers. This amount doesn’t directly affect users of either service, but it might make some people consider using the service that sends artists more money. Apple sent Music publishers a letter on Friday. This said that musicians receive a penny […] ...

Tiny World is the nature doc you should be binging [Apple TV+ review]

Two of Apple TV’s big nature shows just returned back for their second seasons mere months after they debuted. Tiny World is the cuter of the two. Its micro look at a macro world remains charming, cute and sometimes despairing and gross, but never so much you couldn’t show it to kids. Tiny World review: […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through...

Earth at Night in Color’s stunning imagery will render you speechless [Apple TV+ review]

Apple TV+ docuseries Earth at Night in Color delivers a fresh batch of majestic nighttime sights, cruel natural phenomena and fascinating perspectives in its second season, which premieres today. The show didn’t quite reinvent the nature documentary wheel, but it still offers a welcome retreat from the horrors of 2021. Earth at Night in Color […] (via...

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