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Comdex Coverage continues
We have added a FireWire Storage report to our Comdex coverage, which covers two new technologies that will prove beneficial to Mac users looking for improved FireWire solutions. Earlier today we posted a report on Eskape Labs, which was demonstrating its Mac products at parent-company Hauppauge's booth. Other exclusive Comdex coverage includes our report on I-Jam, a USB Pavilion report, and Power Mac G4 Cube knock-off.
games.macnn.com has information on the status of third-person 3D action game Rune and the shipping status of 3D kart racing game Cro-Mag Rally; earlier today, the site posted a first look at the Diablo II Expansion Set, the upcoming add-on for the amazingly successful Diablo II which is expected for a Mac/PC release in the first half of 2001.
iMac production fully underway
iMac DVs from Apple's new manufacturing plant in the Czech Republic have started to appear on store shelves in Europe. The plant in Pardubice under the management of the same company that produces entry-level iMacs in Asia, Foxconn, covers more than 21,000 square feet and employs 300. Meanwhile, Jan Tichy informs us that the plant will be expanding in the coming months, adding a third production line.
SETI UNiT Manager 3.0b3 is available
SETI UNiT Manager 3.0b3 is an AppleScript designed "to get the maximum out of SETI@home. It offers fully automated down-/uploads, off-line crunching, RAM Disk handling and detailed statistics about your productivity." Readers are encouraged to join Team MacNN.
Blueworld has released Lasso Studio 1.7 for A
Blueworld has released Lasso Studio 1.7 for Adobe GoLive 5.0, which provides a visual development environment for building database-driven Web applications, including a configuration wizard, Lasso Site Builder, as well as Lasso tag selectors, tag editors and converters. Version 1.7 offers the ability to create HTML-based template files, a new tag editor and conditional tag inspector, an updated CDML 5 converter, and an improved installer. A $50 discount off the $350 regular price is being offered for an electronic download as well as a $100 discount for registered customers of Lasso Studio 1.5 for Dreamweaver 3.
Adaptec Toast 4.1.2 Available
Both OEM and Deluxe version of Adaptec Toast 4.1.2 are now available from the company's website, bringing bug fixes, additional drive support as well as support for Ricoh's JustLink (buffer underrun protection) technology. [4MB -- deluxe or OEM]
Blue World releases Lasso Web Data Engine 3.6
Blue World has also released Lasso Web Data Engine 3.6.6, a free maintenance release to its middleware Web tool for connecting to databases and developing dynamic Websites. Version 3.6.6 offers enhanced security for Instant Web Database Publishing, an improved installer, a new XML Developer Kit, and instant XML/WML publishing.
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