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PowerMail 3.09: Carbon email client
CTM Development's PowerMail 3.09 brings a new native Carbon version as well other features and bug fixes to the company's $50 e-mail application with powerful mail search functions as well as support for non-Roman scripts (Japanese, Chinese and Hebrew). A 30-day demo is available. [Classic, Carbon]
OSXvnc 0.5: view/interact from other machines
OSXvnc 0.5 is a program that allows you to view and interact with your Mac OS X desktop from another computer over a network using VNC (Virtual Network Computing) protocol developed at AT&T Laboratories Cambridge.
iCab 2.5.1 fixes bug in OS X
Mac users take stand in Mac vs PC debate
Members of the N.C. Crystal Coast Mac Users Group showed up Carteret County Commissioners' meeting, asking why the school system was making a move to PCs.
Phase Scope: iTunes visual plug-in
Channel D has posted Phase Scope 1.0b3 for iTunes, a free, Visual Plug-In that shows the amount of stereo information in a recording.
MacAT 6.0: cron-like scheduling app for Macs
MacAT v6.0 adds a "Download URL" Task and conditional branching to the $50 "cron" task scheduling application for Macintosh server administrators.
SyBrowser 4.0: browse database tables
SyBrowser 4.0 brings partial OS X support (mySQL and PorstreSQL only) to the $45 a suite of Classic, OS X and Win32 ODBC client applications that provide an overview of the tables in Sybase, Oracle, PostgreSQL and MS SQL databases hosted on UNIX, Linux, and Windows servers. It allows the execution of SQL queries against these RDBMS and the query results can be saved to disk.
BeFound 2.6 can now save rank results
VSE BeFound 2.6 is an update to the Web site promotion tool that can submit a Web site to hundreds of search engines. The new version can save the results of the rank check in Excel format. BeFound Lite sells for $20 and is limited to 10 search engines, while BeFound Pro sells for $90.
IBM to debut highest-resolution display
IBM plans to introduce a 20.8-inch flat-panel display in May that will feature picture-in-picture TV streams and various split-screen configurations. While slightly smaller than Apple's Cinema Display, the display will feature a 2048x1536 resolution, or almost twice the resolution and working area of Apple's offering. The display will sell for around $6,000.
Apple/Handspring bundle expected soon?
One MacNN reader notes that Apple's Czech Republic Web site has updated its main page with an image of a PowerBook G4 and Handspring Visor Edge, which takes you to a PowerBook/Edge bundle page. Other Apple sites, including the US site, have not been updated to reflect the new promotion. Due to the language barrier, details of the promotion are unclear.
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