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John Brownlee (10:00 am PDT, Nov 30th) There’s a new jailbreak in town. Screenshot: Cult of Mac Here’s how the game of iOS cat-and-mouse jailbreak works. A team releases a working jailbreak for the most recent version of iOS to the public. Apple moves to eliminate the exploit that made the last jailbreak possible, releases ...continue reading How to jailbreak iOS 8.1.1

As we approach the event horizon for the launch of the Apple Apple Watch, Cupertino is releasing an increasing torrent of details about how the device will function. Apple recently updated the Watch product page to include more features under the “timekeeping” heading. Conspicuous in the additions was the watchmaking term “ complications.” These are the ...continue reading Will The Apple Watch Have Too Many Complications To Be A Mass Product? – Forbes

Allan Blocker (9:15 am PDT, Nov 30th) Cult of Mac Deals offers tech lovers the gadgets and tools they want most and at prices that can’t be beat, often with free shipping included. Today we feature four deals on incredible tech and tech related products such as the NYOP Must Have Mac Bundle, the iHealth ...continue reading Best deals of the week: NYOP Must-Have Mac Bundle, Invisible BT Earpiece, more [Deals]

AP 3:05 a.m. EST November 30, 2014 (Photo: The Associated Press) 2 CONNECT LINKEDINEMAILMORE PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) — Early in the fourth quarter any doubt whether Washington would retain the Apple Cup was gone. The question was if Mike Leach was about to be shut out for the first time in his coaching career. That's ...continue reading Huskies keep Apple Cup with 31-13 romp of Cougars – USA TODAY

The music industry has attempted to sell higher-quality versions of recorded music at higher prices for a long time.  From half-speed-mastered, heavy-vinyl LPs in the 1970s to digital disc formats like DVD-Audio and Super Audio CD in the 2000s, these products have only appealed to the small audiophile market.  Now a new generation of digital music services ...continue reading Going Hi-Fi To Compete With Spotify (And Google And Apple) – Forbes

John Brownlee (9:00 am PDT, Nov 30th) Unlock your Mac with TouchID! Photo: FingerKey First introduced with the iPhone 5s, Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor is one of the easiest and most convenient ways to unlock your iPhone and iPad. And now, thanks to a new app, it’s also one of the easiest and most ...continue reading This app lets you unlock your Mac with Touch ID

Getty Images/Justin SullivanApple CEO Tim Cook Apple's mobile operating system is once again dominating Google's operating system when it comes to online shopping.  Adobe, which is tracking online shopping, reports the following: "iOS users drove four times as much mobile sales revenue as Android users, 79 and 21 percent respectively." IBM's data produced similar findings:  ...continue reading Apple's iOS Has Once Again Decimated Android When It Comes To Data That … – Business Insider

Review By Neil HughesSunday, November 30, 2014, 06:14 am PT (09:14 am ET) Moga's new full-size Rebel Bluetooth gaming controller is the best iOS-compatible controller we've tested yet, successfully helping to bridge the gap between powerful home game consoles and mobile devices like both the iPhone and iPad. The Moga Rebel is available direct from ...continue reading Review: Moga Rebel iOS gaming controller for Apple's iPhone & iPad

What's This? The red Apple logo being installed in Sydney. Image: Jenni Ryall / Mashable By Jenni RyallAustralia2014-11-30 12:04:36 UTC In a striking show of support for World AIDs Day, Apple in Australia has again changed the colour of its logo to red at the flagship Sydney store. The tinted iconic logo illuminated a rainy ...continue reading Apple lights up Sydney with red logo, world to follow suit – Mashable