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Ustream has released a new version of their iOS app that is designed for the iPad. It brings with it the ability to stream content to and from your iPad as well as AirPlay support.

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Apple has released iOS 5 Beta 4 ass its first over-the-air update. It brings wireless sync to Windows computers. Coming with the new beta is iTunes 10.5 Beta 4 and Xcode 4.2 Developer Preview 4.

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Apple has sold more than one million copies of their new desktop operating system, OS X Lion. This number was reached by members of 123 countries within the first 24 hours of the products release.

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Apple has updated its Xcode developer package, and subsequently made it free for anyone with Lion.

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Apple updated thier online store offerings this morning by releasing new Sandy Bridge MacBook Airs and Thunderbolt equipped Mac minis and Cinema Displays. However, the white MacBook is now missing from the selection.

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Apple has announced record breaking earnings for the third quarter of 2011. They also confirmed that Lion will ship on 7/20/2011.

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SiteTrail is a new analytics tool for website owners, maintainers, and visitors that provides information about visitors, page rank, and even value. It is completely free to use.

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StumbleUpon, the popular web content discovery system, has released an update for their iOS app, specifically the iPad version. It may be the best use case for StumbleUpon we have ever found.

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Persona Wants to Revolutionize Email on your Mac [Preview]

Persona is an upcoming alternative mail client for Mac OS X. It comes with a unique set of features, including conversation view, organization by sender, and social integration.

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Bungie has ported their classic shooter to the iPad. It’s free to play, but is it even worth your time? We review it to let you know.

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Moom is a simple OS X app that extends the functionality of the Green Plus button. It will give you the ability to maximize a window, and the snap windows to the top, bottom, left or right sides.

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YouTube is testing out a new design for its video sharing site. The new design effects almost every part of YouTube, including videos, playlists, and channels.

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Apple has decided to address the concerns of professionals regarding Final Cut Pro X, and their responses aren’t what the community wanted to hear. There will be no importing of Final Cut Pro 7 files into FCP X.

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Facebook has announced a number of changes to their chat system, including a redesign with buddy lists, a new group chat feature, and Skype powered video calling.

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Google is dropping the Blogger and Picasa brands from its service, but keeping the functionality. This is part of the move to a post-plus Google.

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