Your Uber could be paying for others to ride

Dark web sites are reportedly selling Uber usernames and passwords for as little as $1. Photo: File/Cult of Mac

Dark web sites are reportedly selling Uber usernames and passwords for as little as $1. Photo: File/Cult of Mac

Your Uber account is handy for catching a ride. It may also be handy for someone else to get around town on your dime.

Stolen Uber customer accounts have turned up for sale on the dark web for as little as $1, according to a report by the website Motherboard.

One seller claims to have “thousands” of user logins for sale.

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Apple to reveal Q2 2015 results on April 27

Photo: Apple

Photo: Apple

Apple’s stock has been a bit stagnant the last few weeks, but that could quickly change next month after Apple reveals to investors how much profit it raked in during Q2 2015.

Apple announced today that it will hold it’s quarterly earnings report for Q2 2015 on Monday, April 27th. Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri will reveal how many iPhone 6 units were sold in what’s expected to be the company’s second biggest quarter of sales ever.

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Spray-on Life Paint gives bicyclists a special glow

Photo; Volvo

Photo; Volvo

When you’re flying down the road on a bicycle at night, visibility could mean the difference between life and death at the hands of an automobile driver.

Volvo has designed what it’s calling Life Paint as a way for cyclists to protect themselves on the road, but the spray’s other use cases are potentially just as interesting.

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Amazon now delivers a plumber to your door

Would you like free two-day shipping with that?

Would you like free two-day shipping with that?

Amazon already delivers your toilet paper. Now it wants to deliver your plumber.

The online retail giant debuted a new service today called Home Services. It’s designed to take the simplistic Amazon ordering approach and apply it to real-world service needs, like fixing your home computer, cleaning the gutter or teaching aerial yoga lessons.

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Facebook Messenger’s app store is here, and it sucks

Facebook Messenger apps

Facebook Messenger’s app platform is off to a pretty ‘meh’ start. Photo: Alex Heath/Cult of Mac

Facebook is building its own kind of app store around Messenger, or so was the pitch at the social network’s F8 conference last week.

But now that the new platform, which manifests itself as a list of approved iOS apps that integrate with Messenger, is out in the wild, it’s not that impressive.

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iPad selfie sticks have officially become a thing

Don't do this. Photo: AccessoryGeeks

Don’t do this. Photo: AccessoryGeeks

I’m still on the fence over whether society should allow monopod poles selfie sticks to exists, but this latest invention is pushing me over to the “hell no” side of the argument.

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iPad Pro details possibly revealed by leaked dummy images

iPad Pro could prove that size mattesr. Photo: Canoopsy

iPad Pro could prove that size mattesr. Photo: Canoopsy

We still haven’t gotten a glimpse of Apple’s long-rumored 12-inch iPad Pro, but a new set of images of an alleged iPad Pro dummy unit show that the mythical giant tablet might actually be real.

Images of an alleged iPad Pro case posted to Weibo today could potentially reveal some of the new features Apple has in store for it’s enterprise-focused tablet, including a USB-C port in a very unexpected place.

Take a peek:

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9 features we want to see in the iPhone 6s

Your iPhone is about to get some new features. Photo: Jim Merithew/Cult of Mac

Your iPhone is about to get some new features. Photo: Jim Merithew/Cult of Mac

Tim Cook called the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus the biggest advancements in the history of iPhone. It’s barely been six months since the bigger-than0big devices launched, but we’re already craving some upgrades.

With the first iPhone 6s leaks and rumors starting to hit the Internet, we decided to dream up what Apple could possibly do to make its next smartphone kick more ass than ever.

Here are nine upgrades we hope the iPhone 6s gets this fall:

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‘Leaked’ photo offers first glimpse of colorful iPhone 6c

Is this the future iPhone 6c? Photo: Future Supplier

Is this the future iPhone 6c? Photo: Future Supplier

Apple decided to kill the iPhone C lineup when it debuted the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, but the colorful plastic cases could be making a comeback in 2015, based on an alleged leak out of Apple’s supply chain.

A new 4-inch iPhone 6c might debut alongside the iPhone 6s this fall, according to leaked images that show an iPhone rear shell similar in size to the iPhone 5c. But this design may come with a few tweaks.

Check it out:

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Ditch your annoying & bulky key ring with the KeySmart 2.0 and save 26% [Deals]

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If you are tired of your bulky and disorganized key ring then Cult of Mac Deals has an offer you’ll love.

Introducing the Keysmart 2.0 Compact Key Organizer, the hot, new way that folks who appreciate streamlined aesthetics keep their keys efficiently organized. For a limited time, you can get this awesome new device with a discount of 26% and free US shipping.

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