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Keep Your Word lets you build custom dictionaries and word lists that let you organize words how you want.
Reference Tracker is a new tool for students, researchers and others looking to generate Harvard and ABA-standard references.
Canvastic, the publishing tool for kids in grades K-8, has been updated with audio support.
Speakapedia is a new utility that converts Wikipedia text into spoken word tracks.
Brain Fitness Program Classic, a brain-training app developed by neuroscientists, is now available for Mac OS X.
MacProVideo released two new video tutorials that show you how to get the most out of Aperture and securing Mac OS X Leopard.
Arizona, Florida, Maine, Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Utah have joined iTunes U, sharing content with the world.
Lego has introduced a new robotics package aimed at the U.S. and emerging markets; it works on the Mac.
MacProVideo released two new video tutorials and details of a contest where you could win a MacBook Pro.
Apple has expanded iTunes U into Australia, Ireland, New Zealand and the UK.
iTunes U has movies from the Phoenix Mars mission, uploaded by the University of Arizona.
Animation-Ish is a new software application aimed at kids who want to learn how to do animation on their Mac.
MacFamilyTree has been updated, adding 3D and other enhancements to the genealogy application.
Doozla is a new vector drawing app for kids. The software features four different “creativity” modes — drawing, coloring in, draw on background and webcam drawing.
Kaplan and Aspyr are collaborating on video games to reinforce lessons learned in Kaplan's SAT test prep courses, for Mac, PC and DS.