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Audio editor Triumph becomes more powerful in version 2.5

Audiofile has released Triumph 2.5, their audio editing app for Mac. Triumph 2.5 adds a number of new features, including optimizations for OS X Yosemite and a number of changes that make working in the app much easier.

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How to turn on and edit the Favorites bar in Safari

A few weeks ago, I received a panicked call from my sister. "My Favorites are gone! I don't know where they went and I don't know how to get them back." The favorites in question weren't Instagram likes or Twitter stars — no, her new work Mac had come with its Bookmarks favorites bar disabled.

It's not uncommon to see this in new OS X Yosemite Macs; Safari's default view sports as few buttons and switches as possible, so as to immerse yourself in the Web browsing experience. But it's an easy fix to reenable the Favorites bar and even edit it.

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Dropbox to drop support for OS X 10.5 and earlier

According to a new report, Dropbox has begun sending out emails alerting users that its Mac app will no longer be supported on OS X 10.5 or earlier starting May 18.

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Khan Academy for iPad picks up interactive exercises in latest update

If you or your kids are looking to brush up on some educational topics, Khan Academy has just added over 150,000 educational exercises to its official iPad app. The popular education app previously only provided access to thousands of free videos and articles. However, the addition of exercises brings a more interactive experience for hands-on learners.

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NBC will let you watch Super Bowl XLIX live for free online

NBC will stream 11 continuous hours of live content on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 1 to desktops and iPads. The "Super Stream Sunday" event will run from noon EST and to around 10 p.m. and include NBC's pre-game coverage, Super Bowl XLIX itself, the halftime show, and the post-game show, and the episode of The Blacklist that will air following the game. The stream will take place through the NBC Sports Live Extra app.

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Audio Hijack 3 brings a new interface, templates, and much more

Rogue Amoeba has launched Audio Hijack 3, the latest version of their app that lets you record from almost any audio source. Ready for OS X Mavericks and Yosemite Audio Hijack 3 has a new interface, along with session templates, the new Home window, and more.

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Facebook wants to cut down the number of hoaxes in your News Feed

Facebook is making yet another change in its News Feed today, designed to reduce the number of stories that could offer false information or be deliberate hoaxes. This new feature comes a few months after Facebook announced it would give less relevance to News Feed posts that have what it considers to be "click-bait" headlines.

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Chrome for iPhone and iPad updates with Material Design look and Handoff support

Chrome for iPhone and iPad has been updated to version 40, bringing Google's Material Design look to the web browser. This update also adds support for Handoff on iOS 8.

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LastPass launches native Mac app for password management

LastPass has released a new, native app for Mac. Available through the Mac App Store, LastPass for Mac brings all of the features you love about LastPass, including passwords storage, secure notes, and form-fills, to a native Mac application.

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How to turn your iPhone into a virtual steadycam with Hyperlapse

Instagram's Hyperlapse uses the sensors in your iPhone to stabilize video on-the-fly. That way you get silky-smooth time-lapse video, at up to 12x, of stages being built, forests being run-through, highways being race by, and anything else you can imagine. What you can also do, however, is choose to save the video at 1x. And what that does is create silky-smooth regular video. So smooth, in fact, it looks almost like it was shot for a steadycam. That's not only great for tech writers trying to cover new products solo at an event, but for everything from shooting a birthday cake in motion to an impromptu ukulele jam. You'll need to pay close attention to how to save the file, but otherwise using Hyperlapse for rock-solid video is easy to do!

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