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AppleInsider: new PowerBook G4 & OS X Server
AppleInsider has posted an article about the rumored PowerBook G4 expected at Macworld Expo in a few weeks and an article detailing a possible update to Mac OS X Server.
BGSU to give 150 iBooks to students
Bowling Green University will be giving 150 iBooks to incoming freshman for free next semester, as part of a program that will focus on freshmen who have not decided on a major or whose standardized test scores were below average.
Games: Kitty\'s Adventures in The Sims Volume
games.macnn.com has posted Kitty's Adventures in The Sims Volume 1, the debut edition of a new weekly feature at the site which tells the stories of The Sims while also offering downloadable extras for owners of the game.
Trade Assist 2.0 has new portfolio tools
Essentrix today released Trade Assist 2.0, a $25 stock trading and investment tool that now includes free real-time quotes for Info Windows, portfolio management tools, support for international markets, a currency converter, and support for Muliple Users and multiple portfolios. A new 15-day demo is available for other users.
Cameraid 1.1.4: digital camera utility
Cameraid 1.1.4 is an update to the all-in-one digital photography utility program for the Macintosh. The update fixes problems that Mac OS 9 caused with many USB-to-serial adapters. While the update is free to registered users of previous editions, the registration for the full version is $15.
eMail Alert! 2.01 maintenance update
Intelli Innovations has revised eMail Alert!, its e-mail notification product, to version 2.0.1. This revision fixes the set of bugs from the initial 2.0 release in October. It also corrects various cosmetic issues.
Loan Calc 1.1: freeware for loan payments
MaxProg has posted Loan Calc 1.1, a freeware for calculating loan payments. The program is currency-independent, so it can be used with Dollars, Francs, Marks and Pounds.
Rewind 1.03 update now available
Power On Software today has posted a "significant" update to Rewind 1.03, its disaster recovery utility for the Mac that archives snapshots of your drive and system at regular intervals; the new version includes a revised the installer for offer both network and standalone installations, lower minimum drive size requirements, support for Mac OS 8.1 and Mac OS X, and other enhancements.
QuickBooks users get $100 AccountEdge rebate
MYOB is offering a $100 rebate to QuickBooks Pro 4 users, "who have been left with obsolete accounting software by offering a $100 rebate on AccountEdge, the company's new $250 Mac-only small business accounting and management solution. Purchasers of AccountEdge will receive a free carbonized update to AccountEdge for Mac OS X when that product ships.
NeoPocott emulator updated
Richard Bannister has posted NeoPocott 0.38, a Neo Geo Pocket Colour emulator for the Macintosh. This release, for all platforms, adds Sonic and Metal Slug 2nd Mission playing support, improves sprite support in some games and fixes several opcodes.
PHP Time 1.5 bug fix available online
Infinity Software has posted PHP Time 1.5 recently, a freeware that gives the proper TIME format for PHP. This minor update fixes a few minor bugs and adds a "Select All" feature.
PC writer likes Macs
Time Digital Daily writer Charles Herold says that he is a "little annoyed that Microsoft is making better software for the Mac than for Windows. With all sorts of nifty little features added since its Windows version was released, Microsoft has now given me an excellent reason to go Mac."
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