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NYT: \"Think Different\" in L.A.

05/26, 8:30pm

NYT: \"Think Different\" in L.A.

The New York Times' coverage of last night's Western Conference Finals Game 3 between the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers contained mention of a just-completed mural near the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles. However, the mural was attributed to the wrong company. Update: The online version of the article has since been corrected. [registration required]

As visitors drove up to the Staples Center this afternoon, they could view a just-completed mural on the outside of a downtown hotel. On the left was Wilt Chamberlain finger- rolling the ball in, in the middle was Kareem Abdul-Jabbar launching a sky hook and on the right was O'Neal dunking ferociously, his knees up in the air, like a kid hanging on a jungle gym in the playground. On top of the mural was the Microsoft slogan, "Think Different."

Oak joins DVD+RW Alliance

05/26, 1:40pm

Oak joins DVD+RW Alliance

Oak Technology, a manufacturer that supplies the components used in many Macintosh optical drives, has announced that it is joining the DVD+RW Alliance. The alliance is a voluntary group of computer manufacturers, optical storage and electronics manufacturers dedicated to developing and promoting a universally compatible, rewritable DVD format. Among the other members of the alliance are Yamaha, Sony, and Phillips.

Que shipping USB 2.0 CD-RW

05/26, 1:30pm

Que shipping USB 2.0 CD-RW

Que has announced that its USB 2.0 8x8x32 external CD-RW drive is now shipping. It comes bundled with CD mastering software, CD-R and CD-RW media, a protective carrying bag and all necessary accessories. The drive is backward compatible with USB 1.1 (for USB 1.1-equipped PCs) at speeds of 4x4x8. Que's new drive is priced at $249 and will be available through the Apple Store.

05/26, 1:17pm

Que has announced that its USB 2.0 8x8x32 external CD-RW drive is now shipping. It comes bundled with CD mastering software, CD-R and CD-RW media, a protective carrying bag and all necessary accessories. The drive is backward compatible with USB 1.1 (for USB 1.1-equipped PCs) at speeds of 4x4x8. Que's new drive is priced at $249 and will be available through the Apple Store.

New Touch Pen debuts

05/26, 1:00pm

New Touch Pen debuts

TouchSystems and eTurboTouch Technology have announced a strategic alliance and debuted two patented touchscreen technologies, Turbo Pen and Turbo T6, at a press conference held at the Westin in Taipei, Taiwan. Turbo Pen is a new, pen-based touch device that enables the panel to distinguish between it and the hand, whereas other pen technologies often mistake the hand or knuckle for the input device. The T6 is a sturdy, flat touch-screen for kiosks.

Analyst: Apple may purchase Handspring

05/26, 12:45pm

Analyst: Apple may purchase Handspring

ON24 has posted an audio interview with Morningstar.com Director of Stock Analysis Pat Dorsey, who discusses the possibilty of Apple buying Handspring, and where Palm Inc. and Handspring will go from here. The streaming audio report is available for listening at the ON24 Web site.

MusicMatch Gold Jukebox coming to Mac

05/26, 12:40pm

MusicMatch Gold Jukebox coming to Mac

MusicMatch has introduced the gold version of its latest Jukebox software package. The new release offers multi-task and multi-session burning. This new system also provides more media support through hundreds of CD-R and CD-RW drives and multiple formats, including 80-minute and credit-card size CD. The release will reportedly be making its way to the Mac OS in the next few weeks.

Firmware update for CoolPix 880 cameras

05/26, 11:35am

Firmware update for CoolPix 880 cameras

Nikon's E880 v1.1 firmware update for its Coolpix 880 cameras brings improved camera operation when used with a USB cable and fixes for a few system crashes.

eMail Alert 2.7 has OS X improvements

05/26, 11:30am

eMail Alert 2.7 has OS X improvements

Intelli Innovations has posted eMail Alert! 2.7, an update to its popular e-mail notification and browsing software for the Mac, bringing improved OS X compatibility and appearance.

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