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Headed Back To School? iStudiez Pro is the Essential Mac and iOS App for Students [Review]

Headed Back To School? iStudiez Pro is the Essential Mac and iOS App for Students [Review]

The school year has begun, and students everywhere are starting to hit the books. For the busy student, keeping track of one’s academic schedule is essential.

On the Mac, iPad and iPhone, iStudiez Pro is the best school planner available. The three apps sync with one another wirelessly to keep all of your assignments and info up to date on all of your devices.

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Set Your Head on Fire With AutoDesk’s New Mac App [Daily Freebie]

I can only guess how much explosive glee AutoDesk Motion FX — a new free app from AutoDesk, the developer behind AutoCAD and the SketchBook line of apps — would have engendered in me as a little kid, because I fostered a deep yearning to run around with a flaming hand or fire leaping from the top my head like some Ghost Rider clone. Good thing my parents kept me well away from matches and gasoline.

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The Humble Indie Bundle 3 Lets You Pay What You Want for 5 Mac Games

The Humble Indie Bundle 3 Lets You Pay What You Want for 5 Mac Games

The Humble Indie Bundle brings you five awesome games for the Mac all bundled into one tempting package. The great thing about this bundle is that you set the price.

That’s right! You get to pay what you want for 5 DRM-free Mac games.

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Strip Private Location Info From Your Images [New Mac App]

Strip Private Location Info From Your Images [New Mac App]

Okay, this is sorta creepy — and if you aren’t aware of this little fact by now, you should be: Unless you’ve adjusted the settings to turn this feature off, every time you snap a photo with your iPhone it embeds data with your exact location in the image file. This data, called a geotag, can be easily read using easily available software by anyone who has access to your images online (btw, contrary to what the folks at NBC say, it’s not new technology; the ability to geotag photos has been around since at least the first iPhone to include GPS, the 3G).

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