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Tony A. Price is a Nutrition and Dietetics Student from Louisiana in the United States. He has a deep passion for high end technology, mobile devices and applications, Mac hardware and software, and video gaming. His website is Tony's Brain, his Twitter handle is @TonyAllenPrice and you can follow him on Google+.

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Many have wondered why Steve Jobs picked Tim Cook to lead Apple now that he has stepped down. He had other options, some who have better public personas, but he still picked Tim. There are good reasons for that, including Tim’s history inside Apple. Here is my argument for why he’s the best man for the job.

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GeekTool is one of the most powerful customization apps available for the Mac. However, many users find it confusing to use. Tony breaks down the steps to setting up a simple clock geeklet.

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Steve Jobs, the long time CEO of Apple, has resigned from his day to day duties at the tech company. Jobs has been elected as Apple’s new Chairman of the Board, and will remain as an Apple employee. Apple COO Tim Cook will replace him as CEO.

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Apple has won a big injunction in its patent fight with Samsung. A Dutch court has ordered that Samsung’s widely successful Galaxy line of smart phones cannot be sold in the Netherlands. This would cripple Samsung’s ability to sell the phones in European Union.

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The Wall Street Journal is now reporting that Sprint, the third largest mobile carrier in the U.S, will begin carrying the iPhone with the launch of the iPhone 5 in October. This would bring the iPhone to the last American carrier with truly unlimited data, and has the potential for a prepaid iPhone coming soon.

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Facebook has released a number of sweeping privacy and sharing changes today. They effect tagging, sharing, and user privacy. This is the largest privacy update Facebook has ever done, and it is full of really good changes.

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GeekTool, one of the most powerful customization tools for Mac OS X, has been released into the Mac App Store. This version includes all the abilities of the downloaded app, with added App Store enhancements. It is available for absolutely free, as always.

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Apple has released iOS 5 Beta 6, along with a set of other betas, out to registered developers. The updates appear to be mostly bug fixes and polish, which could mean iOS 5 is leaving beta in the near future.

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Raid and Raid HD, the mobile versions of id’s upcoming shooter, are available for free for one week only. Its a nice shooter, but not for kids.

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Skitch, the great image manipulation tool for Mac, has been purchased by Evernote. Everntoe will be bringing it to multiple platforms, including Windows, iOS, and Android. All applications will be free.

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Many students are headed back to school this fall with Macs in their bags. They have their books, but aren’t sure what apps they need to install to be happy and successful in school. We rounded up 5 of the very best, and give you the reason why they are Must Haves for Back to School 2011.

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MixTab is a news discovery app that was ported from iOS to the Mac. It lets you find and read news in a very visual way. However, is it worth your time to use it? We review it and let you know what we think.

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Apple has released OS X 10.7.1, which is the first public update for OS X Lion. This update comes just about a month after the launch of Lion, and will probably be the last we see before iCloud launches later this fall.

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Rumors are saying that Apple is planning to launch the iPhone 5 on October 7, with preorders starting on September 30. This leaves some room for speculation regarding the media event that is bound to come with this product.

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Google has released a new iPad app that brings a number of popular shopping catalogs, including Pottery Barn, Crate and Barrel, and Neimen Marcus, to the iPad. A version for Android tablets is coming soon.

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