How to stream the Super Bowl for free on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV

This Sunday marks one of the biggest sports traditions of the year, the Super Bowl. This year, the Philadelphia Eagles will take on the New England Patriots in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

In terms of broadcasting, the Super Bowl rotates between NBC, Fox, and CBS. This year, it’s NBC’s turn to broadcast the big game. But what options do you have for streaming? Read on to find out..

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This week’s top stories: Apple’s Q1 earnings, Woz’s gripe with the iPhone X, Mario Kart for iOS, and more

In this week’s top stories: Steve Wozniak explains the one big problem he was with the iPhone X, Apple reports its Q1 2018 earnings amid growing concern from investors and supply partners, new Macs and iPads coming this year, Nintendo announces its next mobile game and more. Read on for all this week’s news…

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iOS 11.3 hints at Apple’s work on an iCloud-based single sign-on solution for websites

We’ve been discovering quite a bit by digging into the first iOS 11.3 beta, released last week. We learned that parents will be able to approve purchases using Face ID and that the Apple Books overhaul is in fact happening, and now evidence has emerged showing Apple has a new single sign-on like service for the web in development…

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Sonos CEO says competing with Apple is a ‘reward’ as work on Siri integration continues

Over the years, Sonos has become somewhat of a household name in the whole home audio market. Competition, however, has dramatically increased recently with new products from Amazon, Google, and now Apple. But if you ask Sonos CEO Patrick Spence, he sees the opportunity of competing with the tech heavyweights as a reward…

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Gear up with the weekend’s best tech [Deals]

The best gear and gadgets don’t have to cost top dollar, and we’ve got the roundup to prove it. Included are a top shelf Bluetooth speaker, a WiFi-enabled 1080p camera, an air-purifying USB port and a super powerful portable battery. Even better, everything is discounted by a third or more. Read on for more details: […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Cult of Mac Magazine: 5 things Apple needs to fix in iOS 12, and more!

Well, we apparently can forget about big new features for iOS 12 as Apple is reportedly focused on “addressing performance and quality issues” in 2018. But, this is great news! And, Cult of Mac Magazine shows you five things that should rise to the top of Cupertino’s fix-it list. In this week’s issue, you’ll find […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)