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MacOSXAmp 0.10 provides skin support in MP3 p

04/27, 7:30pm

MacOSXAmp 0.10 provides skin support in MP3 p

MacOSXAmp 0.10 is the initial release of the MP3 player for Mac OS X. Previously available for Mac OS X Server, the new version includes support for .wsz skin files, fixes bugs with some MP3s causing crashes, and fixes some minor skin issues.

New Oxford 911 3.5\" FireWire enclosure relea

04/27, 7:15pm

New Oxford 911 3.5\" FireWire enclosure relea

FireWire Depot has released the $140 CG911 3.5" FireWire hard drive enclosure, which uses the new Oxford 911 chip. The prices of FireWire Depot's existing enclosures have been reduced, and more solutions using the 911 chip will become available in the next 30 days.

GEDitCOM 3.0b1 aids in genealogy research

04/27, 6:40pm

GEDitCOM 3.0b1 aids in genealogy research

GEDitCOM 3.0b1 is a new Carbonized version of the application for reading and creating GEDCOM files for genealogy research. The beta release, which comes with several known issues and bugs, is intended as a test application for genealogy enthusiasts to try and provide feedback and bug reports to the author.

VDMX 1.0: QuickTime-based video mixer

04/27, 6:35pm

VDMX 1.0: QuickTime-based video mixer

VIDVOX has released VDMX, a "robust software-based QuickTime video mixer optimized for real-time control and mixing of any audio visual material [that] can seamlessly mix live video with disk-based QuickTime." It includes features such as cut, crossfade and keying of two real-time, temporal playback and mixing effects, up to 2 live video inputs, unique fontsynth technology, and tactile physical control over scrubbing, playback speed and mixing. The $500 application is available as a time-limited demo.

Apple adds effects to iMovie for Mac OS X

04/27, 6:30pm

Apple adds effects to iMovie for Mac OS X

Apple has released the iMovie Plugin Pack 2.1 for the Mac OS X version of its easy-to-use movie editing software, iMovie. The pack contains a set of effects, transitions, and titles that can be added to iMovie, including flashes, ghost trails, mirrors, warps in/out, subtitles, and zoom.

Palm Desktop 2.6.3 supports Palm OS 4.0

04/27, 6:10pm

Palm Desktop 2.6.3 supports Palm OS 4.0

Palm's new Palm Desktop 2.6.3 is a new version of the company's utility for synchronizing your Mac with your Palm handheld. The new version includes the HotSync 2.6.3 software, supports Palm OS 4.0, supports installing files to an expansion card, and fixes a problem in the Instant Palm Desktop.

TiBook Tote and Tilt adds handle to PowerBook

04/27, 6:05pm

TiBook Tote and Tilt adds handle to PowerBook

Cyber3 today introduced the TiBook Tote and Tilt, its $40 handle/tilting mechanism for Apple's PowerBook G4. The aluminum handle, which is installed by using replacement screws and attaching to the back of the computer, leaves easy access to the rear data ports and can be used to tilt the PowerBook to allow for increased air circulation and longer battery life.

OpenAL coming for Unreal Tournament

04/27, 6:00pm

OpenAL coming for Unreal Tournament

Westlake Interactive President Mark Adams notes that the company has been working with Creative to add full OpenAL support to Unreal Tournament, the popular first-person shooter from Epic Games and Digital Extremes. The company plans to release the added OpenAL support, which will significantly enhance the sound effects heard when using Creative's SoundBlaster Live! for the Mac, in a free patch in the coming weeks.

AppleInsider: new iBook due next week

04/27, 5:45pm

AppleInsider: new iBook due next week

AppleInsider has posted a report speculating on the next Titanium-style revision due to the iBook.

OS X: New effects for iMovie, Tenon\'s iTools

04/27, 5:20pm

OS X: New effects for iMovie, Tenon\'s iTools

osx.macnn.com reports on a new effects pack for the Mac OS X version of iMovie, Tenon's iTools 6.0 suite of web development tools, and instructions for installing the Citrix Java client on Apple's new operating system.

Roundup: Multiple Users, iTunes SDK...

04/27, 4:55pm

Roundup: Multiple Users, iTunes SDK...

Yesterday we noted Apple's release of Multiple Users 1.4.1 via the Web and its iTunes Visual Plug-ins SDK, Nikon's new CoolPix cameras, Adobe eBook licensing issues, and Sony's DCR-PC9 Mini DV Handycam. Other important software updates include Macromedia's Shockwave 8.5 plugin, WildPackets's iNetTools 2.6, Options Czar 1.0, and OmniGraffle b5 for OS X (on osx.macnn.com).

eWeek: What\'s coming from Apple on May 1?

04/27, 2:20pm

eWeek: What\'s coming from Apple on May 1?

eWeek's Matthew Rothenberg speculates on the announcements that he expects to be made at Apple's May 1 Press Event, including Apple's retail store strategy, new iBooks with a built-in DVD-ROM and a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 starting at $999, and the introduction of faster dual-processor Macs.

PowerSchool spokesperson Steve Young to appea

04/27, 2:10pm

PowerSchool spokesperson Steve Young to appea

PowerSchool, which has entered into an agreement to be acquired by Apple, will be present at the California Parent Teacher Association Annual Conference (CAPTA) at the San Jose Convention Center. PowerSchool's national spokesperson, NFL MVP and Super Bowl Champion quarterback Steve Young, will be appearing at the event.

New scanner measures both color and geometry

04/27, 1:20pm

New scanner measures both color and geometry

Arius3D Inc. has announced the deployment of the company's first color scanning systems that measure both color and geometry. Thus, the new devices produce photo-realistic, 3D digital copies of real-world objects using a proprietary laser scanning system. At first, the new scanners will only be available for use through Arius' service bureaus.

REALBasic 3.2b1 cleans up OS X functionality

04/27, 1:15pm

REALBasic 3.2b1 cleans up OS X functionality

REALBasic 3.2b1, the latest release of Real Software's easy-to-use programming environment that is now carbonized, has been released. The new version adds support for Mac OS X's anti-aliased text capability, fixes several bugs, and contains more OS X optimized functions.

\"Touch Stand\" iMac kiosks coming

04/27, 1:10pm

\"Touch Stand\" iMac kiosks coming

Third Stream Media, Inc. has announced development partnerships with Chicago-based Brown Innovations and Pearlson Development of Miami, Fla., to create in-store kiosk designs that incorporate a touch-screen capable iMac. The "Touch Stand" kiosks will debut in 50 retail outlets by June 2001 with an estimated 3,500 in retail outlets by late 2002.

Cobalt drops plans for Cube suit

04/27, 1:00pm

Cobalt drops plans for Cube suit

Cobalt, the server manufacturer who last year said it would take legal action against Apple for its delivery of the Power Macintosh G4 Cube, has apparently dropped its plans to file suit. The company, now owned by Sun Microsystems, had produced a system called the "Qube" which carried the same dimensions as Apple's slow-selling Power Mac. Users are analysts alike have noted that Steve Jobs' prior company, NeXT, produced a cubed computer before either Cobalt or Apple.

Architosh: MacDraft 4.4 for Mac OS X

04/27, 12:45pm

Architosh: MacDraft 4.4 for Mac OS X

Architosh reports on the announcement of Curious World Maps for the Mac and the release of MacDraft 4.4 for Mac OS X.

Sale ends today on PhonePro 3.7

04/27, 12:25pm

Sale ends today on PhonePro 3.7

Bing Software's PhonePro 3.7, a telephony development application for handling customized inbound and outbound phone calls, is available today at the special price of $100 (a $250 savings). The application features an icon-based interface for easy setup, a built-in database with import/export, a built-in voice mail manager, and several pre-made example applications.

Web Album Wizard 1.3 now Carbonized for OS X

04/27, 12:05pm

Web Album Wizard 1.3 now Carbonized for OS X

Web Album Wizard 1.3 is a new version of the $20 utility for creating web-based "thumbnail galleries". Version 1.3 is now Carbonized for native use under OS X and includes some maintenance work internally for better optimization. [1.0 MB -- Carbon; 650 KB -- PPC]

Tenon\'s iTools 6.0 for OS X released

04/27, 12:00pm

Tenon\'s iTools 6.0 for OS X released

Tenon Intersystems has released iTools 6.0 for Mac OS X. The web server package, which includes a number of pre-configured web development tools including PHP, MySQL, OpenBase, Front Base, and Qilan, is available now for $400 ($99 for upgrades). [form]

How-to: Citrix Java on OS X

04/27, 11:50am

How-to: Citrix Java on OS X

Mac OS X Hints has published instructions for getting the Citrix Java Client, which accesses a remote server used in many office environments, running on Mac OS X.

FileStamp 1.1 changes type/creator codes

04/27, 11:40am

FileStamp 1.1 changes type/creator codes

FileStamp 1.1 is a new version of the file type changing utility from Alex Cannon. The new version contains a number of changes to the interface and adds functionality, including the ability to enter a new type/creator code manually and a command for clearing the list of files to be converted.

ArKaos posts beta of iTunes visual plug-in

04/27, 10:45am

ArKaos posts beta of iTunes visual plug-in

ArKaos has posted a beta version of its visual plug-in for Apple's iTunes. The free plug-in is also available for SoundJam.

Auction Monitor 1.3 tracks seller\'s auctions

04/27, 10:00am

Auction Monitor 1.3 tracks seller\'s auctions

Auction Monitor 1.3 is a $20 application for eBay sellers to keep track of auction sales. "Auction Monitor displays a list of all open auctions along with each item's current bid, most recent change, and total change for the current date, as well as grand totals for each field and some other interesting statistics."

Setting Sun screen saver updated

04/27, 10:00am

Setting Sun screen saver updated

Purple Shark Software has posted Setting Sun 1.6, an update to its $20 shareware screen saver that adds five new faders, implements the floating icon and fading slide show modules found on Mac OS X, and improves stability.

AG Edwards Apple to \"buy\"

04/27, 9:00am

AG Edwards Apple to \"buy\"

AG Edwards has upgraded its rating on Apple from "maintain position" to "buy." The firm has set a $35 12-month target price.

Tech: Sony makes $127, WindowsXP anti-trust

04/27, 8:45am

Tech: Sony makes $127, WindowsXP anti-trust

Morning tech news: Sony has posted a profit of $127 million for the quarter helped in large part by reduced losses on its PlayStation 2; the Project to Promote Competition and Innovation in the Digital Age has said that Microsoft's decision to force Windows Media Player 8 users to upgrade to WindowsXP is a violation of anti-trust laws; and as networking giant Cisco Systems stumbles financially, many question the company's ability to maintain its market share in the long-term.

Interarchy 4.1 brings OS X support

04/27, 3:50am

Interarchy 4.1 brings OS X support

Interarchy 4.1, a free update to the popular download client Anarchie, brings Mac OS X support as well as other enhancements.

Optigold 2.72: business package for ISPs

04/27, 3:45am

Optigold 2.72: business package for ISPs

Optigold ISP 2.7.2 is an update to the cross-platform business software package for ISPs, adding support for local dialup numbers spanning multiple area codes, a much improved ISP management web interface, and other enhancements. A fully functional trial is available online.

CrushFTP v2.1.7, v3.0b1: Java ftp server

04/27, 3:40am

CrushFTP v2.1.7, v3.0b1: Java ftp server

CrushFTP 2.1.7 adds log rolling and other minor tweaks to the full-fledged Java-based ftp server. CrushFTP 3.0b1 also has been posted, offering support for Virtual Serving (serving files that exist on other remote FTP servers even translating VMS and Netware type directory listings), true 100% virtual file system (with detailed permissions per file), redundancy, load balancing, and template accounts.

IconBuilder Pro 2.1 fixes OS 9.1 issues

04/27, 3:35am

IconBuilder Pro 2.1 fixes OS 9.1 issues

IconBuilder Pro 2.1 addresses compatibility with Mac OS 9.1 where users experienced color shifts when creating icons with the Photoshop filter. A $30 version supports Classic and Modern, while a $70 version supports OS X and Windows icons as well.

Health Tracker 2.01 prints graphs, entries

04/27, 3:30am

Health Tracker 2.01 prints graphs, entries

Black Cat Systems has released Health Tracker 2.01, which adds the ability to print graphs and entry tables to the $10 shareware graphing program for tracking health related measurements. [Classic--588KB, Carbon--373KB]

Tech: IBM carbon nanotubes, Chinese hackers

04/27, 2:20am

Tech: IBM carbon nanotubes, Chinese hackers

Early morning tech news: InterTrust, a company that provides technology to protect songs and videos from being illegally copied, sued Microsoft Thursday, saying the giant's music and video software illegally infringes its patent rights; IBM's breakthrough carbon nanotube transistor technology could pave the way for a "new class of much smaller and faster computer chips;" and Chinese hackers, frustrated at recent events involving the U.S. and their government, are planning to step up cracking and defacement efforts against U.S. Web sites and networks, say government officials.

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