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iPhone 6 case spotlight: Otterbox

They’re the most trusted case brand source in the business, after all.

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iPhone 6 case spotlight: Moshi

More of what you expect (and want) from Moshi.

iPhone 6 case spotlight: Casetify

Your iPhone 6 case can become your photo album.

iPhone 6 case spotlight: X-Doria

Apple’s iPhone 6 design, with a splash of flare.

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The pros and cons of Apple Pay

Two important pros, one significant con.

iPhone 6 case spotlight: Trident Case

Trident Case: the Greek gods of iPhone 6 protection.

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Mac gamers, you need to play the Tomb Raider reboot

It was dumb of me to wait so long to dig into this game. Don’t make the same mistake.

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How to keep your iOS device running at peak efficiency with System Monitor

Take care of your tools, and your tools will take care of you.

First Look: Matcha 2.02 text processor for iOS

A peaceful writing environment that’s not feature-anemic.

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Hands-on with the OS X Yosemite beta, 24 hours in

Yosemite represents the most drastic Mac OS interface shift since the original OS X Aqua interface with its pinstripes and lickable buttons. I guess it’s appropriate that this version be opened up for beta testing just like its predecessor. Here are my impressions from my first day using the new OS X.

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E3 2014: Rolling through World of Tanks Blitz with Wargaming.net

You’d think that having a user-base of 85,000,000 players would keep the folks at Wargaming.net happy, but it doesn’t. That’s just PC gamers, and there’s another world out there in the form of iOS gamers. They know this in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Iceland, where World of Tanks Blitz had its soft launch six weeks ago. And on June 26th, American iOS gamers will be getting their draft notices as well.

Hands-on with the Adobe Illustrator 17.1 update

While there are a number of new features and enhancements to Adobe Illustrator v17.1, there are several that stand out for my work-flow. When it comes to the one for I’ve been waiting for the longest, making the choice was about as easy as anything I’ve ever encountered: rounded corners.