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The back to school season is upon us once again, and more and more students are looking for ways to use their iPad for classes. We gather what we think are 5 of the best back to School apps for 2011.

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FTP clients are hard to come by in OS X. There are some good free options out there, but none as simple as just using OS X Finder. Here’s how to do it.

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Boxee, the company who makes the incredible popular open-source HTPC software, has released their official iPad app. It brings media streaming, social integration, and even Air Play to the Boxee eco system. It does not, however, include any of the fantastic Boxee apps.

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Apple has released Lion Recovery Disk Assistant, which can be used to create an external Lion recovery partition. This will allow a user who can’t use the native Lion recovery partition to create a new, external one.

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Cult of Mac is reporting that Apple is discontinuing the Magic Mouse in favor of the more Lion friendly Magic Trackpad. Both devices are currently available for $69 in Apple’s online store.

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Twitter is rolling out a HTML 5 version of their website to iPad users around the globe. While not everyone has access to it, it is said to be headed to all users over the next week.

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OS X Lion doesn’t currently offer a physical copy of the operating system, but it is easy to create your own. A French language app called Lion DiskMaker helps you do just that.

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Skype for iPad has rolled out to users across the globe. It supports all the features of the current version of Skype for iPhone, including video calling on the iPad 2.

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Apple has announced the pricing for additional storage in iCloud, offering it up in 10GB, 20GB, and 50GB portions. They also launched the beta version of iCloud, even though it looks like a developer only thing.

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Apple is reportedly planning on releasing a completely redesigned version of iTunes in September. Version 11 will be released in conjunction with iCloud and iOS 5.

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OS X Lion has been out for a little over a week, and it is packed full of features. This review will try to cover all the big ones, while sharing thoughts about whats good and bad about each of them.

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Twitter has added a new system of promoted tweets, which is going live with a select set of advertisers today.

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Microsoft says it will be bringing a handful of the new features introduced in OS X Lion, including Auto Save, Versions, and full screen mode, to Office for Mac 2011. Office for Mac 2004 will never be supported in Lion.

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Apple is reportedly finishing up work on 15 and 17 inch ultra-thin notebooks. These devices will supposedly carry the MacBook Pro bran dings while sporting integrated SSDs and no optical drives. No release date is currently known.

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MobileFun.co.uk released a pair of designs from Chinese case manufacturers that supposedly show the design of the upcoming iPhone 5. It includes a number of touch based enhancements, a rounded back, and new button placements.

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