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AppleInsider.com reports on MP G4s

05/01, 7:09pm

AppleInsider.com reports on MP G4s

AppleInsider has published an article on a possible multi-processor Power Mac G4 announcement at WWDC later this month.

Apple will NOT sue FishPC

05/01, 7:08pm

Apple will NOT sue FishPC

A high-level source at Apple has confirmed to MacNN that comments made by an Apple spokesperson two weeks ago who insinuated that Apple may take legal action against Australian PC-maker FishPC and what appeared to be another iMac look-alike were "premature and simply unfounded."

AOL slighting Mac customers? They think so...

05/01, 7:07pm

AOL slighting Mac customers? They think so...

With a six-month delay between the PC and Mac release of AOL 5.0, many Mac users feel that they are playing second fiddle to their PC counterparts. America Online, which began as a Mac-only service, denies that this is the case.

LexMark releases pro color laser printer

05/01, 7:06pm

LexMark releases pro color laser printer

Lexmark International, Inc. has introduced the Z52 Color Jetprinter, the world's first inkjet printer to deliver 2400x1200 dpi resolution in both black and color on all paper types. The $180, USB printer offers print speeds of up to 15 ppm in black and 7 ppm in color.

New G4 advertisement?

05/01, 7:05pm

New G4 advertisement?

The Ad Critic is featuring a new Power Mac G4 advertisement titled "Espionage," although its authenticity is questionable given its list of credits and the fact that it hasn't made an appearance on television yet.

Sonnet slashes prices on G3 upgrades

05/01, 7:05pm

Sonnet slashes prices on G3 upgrades

Sonnet Technologies has lowered prices on Crescendo G3 processor upgrades by as much as 20 percent. Prices now begin at $180 for the low-end 266 MHz model and go up to $600 for the 500 MHz card.

ORB Tools updates drivers, software

05/01, 5:34pm

ORB Tools updates drivers, software

Castlewood has posted ORB Tools 1.4.2, an update to the driver and formatting software for the company's 2.2 GB removable storage drive.

AtomicMac now includes revised element data

05/01, 5:32pm

AtomicMac now includes revised element data

Black Cat Systems has released The Atomic Mac 3.8.0, a $25 periodic table of the elements and nuclear database that displays a plethora information on each element. The new version includes new and revised data for several elements.

FileMaker admits security holes, promises fix

05/01, 2:31pm

FileMaker admits security holes, promises fix

Blue World Communications has discovered at least three "serious security holes" in the Web Companion provided with the FileMaker Pro 5 product line. The security holes are a result of new XML and e-mail capabilities introduced in FileMaker Pro 5. There are four solutions, including using the company's Lasso Web Data Engine.

Jobs to keynote MWNY in July 2000

05/01, 2:30pm

Jobs to keynote MWNY in July 2000

As expected, Steve Jobs is scheduled to present the "not-to-be-missed" keynote at Macworld New York 2000 on July 19 at 9 a.m. at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. The Expo, which runs from July 18 to 21, attracts more than 750 exhibitors and more than 130,000 attendees.

Logitech introduces new scrolling mouse

05/01, 1:59pm

Logitech introduces new scrolling mouse

Logitech has introduced Mini Wheel Mouse, a smaller, portable scrolling mouse that is designed for travelers with laptop computers. The USB mouse features a compact shape that fits both left and right hands, a 3-foot cable, silver casing, two standard mouse buttons, and a scroll wheel. The mouse will be available later this month for $30 and will come bundled with the company' MouseWare software.

May Virex definitions posted

05/01, 1:57pm

May Virex definitions posted

Network Associates has posted the Virex definitions for May. Users can also download the update automatically using the "eUpdate" feature of Virex 6.0.

ALI helps students understand Kent State Mass

05/01, 1:56pm

ALI helps students understand Kent State Mass

The Apple Learning Interchange is working with May4.net to provide an opportunity to take part virtually in the 30th anniversary commemoration event of the shootings at Kent State University. The Web casts support UOPs and are intended for use by middle- and high-school social studies, English and journalism students.

Yamaha releases audio controller, beta on Mac

05/01, 12:25pm

Yamaha releases audio controller, beta on Mac

Yamaha has introduced @Pet RP-U 100, a $500 audio receiver control that creates a surround sound effect from only two speakers using Virtual Dolby Pro Logic, Virtual Dolby Digital and Yamaha's near-field cinema DSP. The software is currently in beta and requires Mac OS 9.0.2.

iView adds Chinese plug-in, web features

05/01, 12:23pm

iView adds Chinese plug-in, web features

iView Multimedia 3.8 is a professional digital-asset management product that allows dozens of file formats to be displayed and cataloged. The update adds the ability to read the Alias Pix format, AGD4 (Freehand 8) and drw7 (Canvas 7); adds a Chinese plug-in; and a new module, called iUpload, which allows for images to be directly uploaded to the Web.

Agenda for the Mac released

05/01, 12:18pm

Agenda for the Mac released

Yenco.com has posted Agenda for Mac 1.0, a round personal calendar that allows for the recording and playing back of voice reminders. There is a 30-day trial. "Recharge" codes start at $15. Currently available only in blueberry, new colors will be added during the next five weeks.

CSP Inc and Apple team on G4 clusters

05/01, 12:17pm

CSP Inc and Apple team on G4 clusters

CSP Inc. has signed an agreement with Apple authorizing it to incorporate G4s into FastCluster products, which are highly scalable multicomputer clusters with Linux used for the applications.

Fuji releases new digital camera

05/01, 12:16pm

Fuji releases new digital camera

Fujifilm has introduced FinePix 4700 Zoom, an $800 compact digital camera that incorporates Fuji's Super CCD for increased sensitivity, improved signal-to-noise ratio and wider dynamic range. Other features include a 3x aspherical optical zoom lens, pop-up flash, a USB port and the ability to capture 80 seconds of continuous AVI video with sound on its bundled 16-MB SmartMedia card.

OpenForm 1.5 released with more functionality

05/01, 12:15pm

OpenForm 1.5 released with more functionality

Vampire Software has released OpenForm 1.5, a $40 plug-in that handles forms in Web pages for any HTTP server compatible with the W*API 1.1, AppleShare IP, WebTen or Quid Pro Quo. The new version adds support for URL execution of actions and better Valentina support.

3dfx launches new email service for members

05/01, 12:02pm

3dfx launches new email service for members

3dfx today announced the launch of a full email service for members of its 3dfxgamers.com site. New members who register for free are eligible to win prizes including a 3dfx leather jacket, 3dfx beanbag chair, and the 3dfx swag pack consisting of T-shirt, hat, mouse pad, key chain and pen. The service is expected to be functional later today.

MacNN.com news over the weekend

05/01, 12:02pm

MacNN.com news over the weekend

Over the weekend we noted the debut of QT.DK, a QuickTime news site; an update on the status of the Opera browser for Mac; and numerous new MacDeals! bargains.

Microsoft up 5% after weekend of thinking

05/01, 12:01pm

Microsoft up 5% after weekend of thinking

Microsoft stock opened the day up more than three points, or nearly five percent, after investors had the weekend to digest the Justice Department's recommendation that Microsoft be split into two companies, and the response from Microsoft and several industry analysts who oppose the break-up.

Take-Two acquires Gathering of Developers

05/01, 12:00pm

Take-Two acquires Gathering of Developers

Take-Two Interactive Software has acquired Gathering of Developers, a publisher of numerous games including the Mac version of Railroad Tycoon 2 and the highly-anticipated Heavy Metal: F.A.K.K.2, which will ship next month. Long time partners, Gathering of Developers will now act autonomously as a wholly owned subsidiary of Take-Two Interactive. The merger will not affect any game publishing timelines.

SimpleBrowser gets a few simple fixes

05/01, 11:59am

SimpleBrowser gets a few simple fixes

Simple Browser 2.0.1 is a maintenance release that fixes a bug in the $15 NeXT-like file browsing application.

V-ONE releases SmartGuard security software

05/01, 11:45am

V-ONE releases SmartGuard security software

V-ONE Corp., a provider of client/server virtual private networks, has introduced SmartGuard, a network security appliance for medium-sized businesses. Features include easy, fast installation; nontechnical set up; and high throughput speeds. Clients can be Macintosh, Windows 95/98/NT, Solaris and Linux.

Hot forums at MacNN.com

05/01, 11:42am

Hot forums at MacNN.com

In today's Forums area, readers have questions regarding a recommendation for a wireless keyboard, converting audio tape to MP3, subtitling videos, playing MPEG4s, SoundBlaster Live for Macintosh and converting iMovie to .avi; and problems with a Pismo's DVD, an HP 952c printer that overprints, slow waking from sleep, a VPC freezing with CDs, a ZipCD that freezes and Nifty Telnet that doesn't launch.

FMPro, Inc. releases stellar fiscal report

05/01, 5:18am

FMPro, Inc. releases stellar fiscal report

FileMaker, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Apple, today reported annual revenues of $101.5 million on sales of more than 1 million copies of FileMaker Pro. The company has been profitable all nine quarters since its formation in early 1998.

Revved up MP3 Rage updated to 2.0

05/01, 5:14am

Revved up MP3 Rage updated to 2.0

Chaotic Software has released MP3 Rage 2.0, a $25 MP3 tag editor, cataloger, organizer, renamer, finder, player, and more. The new version features Ragester, which supports searching and downloading MP3's from the Internet using the Napster music sharing system.

FontBuddy 2.0 Preview Release ... released

05/01, 5:05am

FontBuddy 2.0 Preview Release ... released

Vincent Jalby has posted a preview release of Font Buddy 2.0, a font viewer that can display all the characters of a font and allows samples to be printed. The new version, for which a final release is expected in June, sports several new features and changes including a new user interface, a new Font Browser, and support for ATM Deluxe and Suitcase.

DCRP posts comparison of two popular dig cams

05/01, 5:03am

DCRP posts comparison of two popular dig cams

The DCRP has posted an extensive review that compares the Nikon Coolpix 990 and Olympus' C-3030Z, two popular 3.3 Megapixel digital cameras.

Valentina 1.8 adds debugging, extension suppt

05/01, 4:29am

Valentina 1.8 adds debugging, extension suppt

Valentina 1.8 for REALbasic Professional is a $300 toolkit for creating cross-platform database-driven applications using REAL Software's rapid application development environment. The new version adds support for the Dcon system extension for advanced debugging. Upgrades, discounted $50 for the month of May, are $150.

NuSpectra and Rearden announce merger, prods

05/01, 3:27am

NuSpectra and Rearden announce merger, prods

NuSpectra Multimedia and Rearden Technology today announced that the companies have merged; the new company, known as NuSpectra Multimedia today released version 5.0 of both SiteCam and SiteZAP, which offer real-time audio streaming and automatically broadcast in three different encoding settings. The $2000 SiteZap camera includes SiteCam 5.0 software, a Sony Pan/Tilt/12xZoom camera, IR remote control, and extra cable and includes a new Macromedia Flash interface.

VacationMail 3.0 adds new x-platform GUI

05/01, 3:25am

VacationMail 3.0 adds new x-platform GUI

Vacation Email 3.0 is a new version of the cross-platform GUI tool that allows users to easily configure their Solaris UNIX POP email server to send automatic replies while away. A 50-client license costs $75, a world-wide license costs $90. Unregistered clients can only be used once.

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