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How This Early Form Of Motorcycle Racing Died A Fast Death

Racing is inherently dangerous, and that danger presents itself each time a vehicle rolls onto a track. Racing communities, in turn, continually make calls for safer conditions . But motorsport was far more risky in the days of wooden tracks and “murderdome” racing without brakes, and that didn’t last long at all. Read more... Source: Gizmodo

Google Maps Driving Mode Is Your Essential In-Car AI

You’re probably used to getting turn-by-turn directions to your next destination with Google Maps, but there’s also a pretty-well-hidden Driving Mode just for... well, driving. It alerts you to traffic problems, directs you to nearby gas pumps and stores, and is useful for those times when you already know your route or don’t even have a destination in mind.Read more... Source: Gizmodo

PDF Expert, Ulterior, and other apps of the week

How’s it going, everybody? It’s the weekend — so sit back, relax, and let us introduce you to a few of the apps which were generating headlines over the past week. Whether it’s a great update for an iOS PDF editor or a fantastic puzzle game you’re looking for, check out our picks below. PDF […](via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens) Source: cultofmac

Waterproof earbuds to wireless keyboards, the newest deals at Cult of Mac [Deals]

Another week, another grip of great new deals at the Cult of Mac Store. This week the latest arrivals include an uber-sleek iPhone wallet, iPhone car mount, Bluetooth earbuds and a sleek wireless keyboard. Take a look and get in early on these freshly delivered deals. Mujjo iPhone 6/6s 80 Degree Wallet Case (Tan) – […](via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens) Source: cultofmac

Union Square Apple Store, Steve Jobs ‘word’ painting, and more

Take a peek at Apple’s most amazing store on the West Coast. The Union Square store promises to be every bit as iconic as Apple’s cube on Fifth Avenue, thanks to its incredible glass and metal design and a new prominent location in San Francisco’s popular luxury shopping district. All this, and much much more […](via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens) Source: cultofmac