Briefly: GoPro Launches Free Edit Suite, NAS Trifecta Bag, Free Kebabs!

Briefly: GoPro Launches Free Edit Suite, NAS Trifecta Bag, Free Kebabs!

Brief news items of note from Lifehacker readers including: GoPro’s free video editing suite launches, get the iHeartRadio digital radio service app for Android and iOS, every GTA V midnight launch location in Australia.

  • Grand Theft Auto V will be rolling into stores next Tuesday — and a crazy amount of stores are holding midnight launches to mark the occasion. If you’re planning to grab your copy before everyone else, head over to Kotaku for an exhaustive list of midnight launch locations.
  • Shoppingexpress is currently running an “NAS Trifecta Bag” promotion which comprises three products for $399 (plus shipping). Options include a HP N40L MicroServer, Samsung 840 250GB SSD and a 3TB WD Green HDD. You can check out the full range of offerings here.
  • GoPro has released the final version of Studio 2.0. This is a basic editing program in the mould of Windows Movie Maker — it allows you to make basic edits and transitions, insert titles, add audio tracks and speed up/slow down clips. A selection of templates are also included to make things easier if you just want to smash out a quick highlights reel. It is available for both PC and Mac. For no particular reason, here’s a GoPro video of a wildebeest taking out a cyclist.
  • The iHeartRadio digital radio service app launched on iPhone and Android in Australia today, providing access to more than 1000 live stations from Australia, New Zealand and the US. “iHeartRadio is a free, incredibly easy to use service and the mobile app extends this experience allowing us to be everywhere our listeners are. This is our next step in bringing the world’s leading digital music service to market”, CEO Ciaran Davis boasted. Click here for more information.
  • Fast food chain Ali Baba is running an online customer survey which bags you a free kebab from the Classic or Signature range. As a canny OzBargain reader points out, the organisers didn’t make the barcodes unique which means you can print off as many vouchers as you like. Score! [Via OzBargain]


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