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Tech: Mot demo new set-top; AOL & WinXP...
In weekend tech news: Motorola will demonstrate a new DSL-based set-top device it calls Streamaster, which will facilitate digital-quality broadcast television, high-speed Web access, 2-D/3-D games, video/music-on-demand and on-line shopping; Negotiations regarding whether AOL will be included in Windows XP have reportedly broken down; McAfee and Symantec are playing more friendly with a new virus program that will co-exist with its competitor.
DiscoveryTools.com offers Mac training
DiscoveryTools.com and CompUSA are teaming up to provide Mac training in 12 CompUSA Training Centers around the U.S this summer. Participants will use PowerBook G4 laptops equipped with AirPort. Training is available for iMovie 2, Final Cut Pro 2, Streaming Video, DVD Creation, and OS 9 to OS X migration. The training sessions will be available in New York, NY, San Francisco, CA, Chicago, IL, Atlanta, GA, Boston, MA, San Diego, CA, Los Angeles, CA, Miami, FL, Seattle, WA, Denver, CO, Scottsdale, AZ, and Dallas, TX.
Apple releases HID Manager documentation
Apple has posted documentation and sample code for developers covering the HID Manager, which controls gamepads, joysticks, and other input devices in Mac OS X. The release should bring input device support to games and other applications in the new operating system.
Effects of Outpost.com acquisition
In a letter from Outpost.com Founder and CEO Darryl Peck to its customers, the CEO explains that their acquisition by PC Connection means that Outpost.com "will indeed be here forever." The acquisition also provides Outpost.com with tens of millions in inventory and additional staff for its warehouses.
GameRanger adds Tales of the Sword Coast
GameRanger, the multiplayer online gaming service for the Mac, has added support for Tales of the Sword Coast, an expansion set to role-playing game Baldur's Gate that began shipping earlier this week. The game joins 68 previously supported games, and the free service now has over 50,000 members.
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