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Refurb. products out of stock at Apple Store
Readers continue to report subtle changes at the Apple Store as Macworld Expo & Conference New York approaches, including NVIDIA GeForce2 graphics cards no longer being available with the Power Mac G4 Cube and the unavailability of refurbished products.
Apple to open Plano store in August
MacNN has learned that Apple plans to open an Apple retail store in Willowbend Mall in Plano, Texas (a suburb of Dallas) on August 3rd, which is also the grand opening of the mall. Apple is still seeking both full-time and part-time sales associates at the location.
iSub spotted in Spielberg\'s A.I.
When David (Haley Joel Osment) wanders in Dr. Hobby's (William Hurt) lab in the third act of A.I., the camera pans over an iSub, which is standing in as futuristic robot-building equipment.
Tomb Raider Trilogy, Alice near release
Aspyr Media has announced that both Tomb Raider: The Trilogy and American McGee's Alice have reached golden master and have been sent off for duplication. The games should be available within the next few weeks. Tomb Raider: The Trilogy is a $30 compilation of the first six Tomb Raider games, including Tomb Raider, Tomb Raider Gold, Tomb Raider II, The Gold Mask (never released on CD), Tomb Raider III, and The Lost Artifact (never before released on the Mac). American McGee's Alice is a $50 third-person action/adventure game that uses the Quake III: Arena graphics engine.
Aladdin ships iClean 4.0
Aladdin Systems is now shipping iClean 4.0, a new version of its $30 Internet cleanup tool that adds Cookie Editor for selectively editing Web cookies. iClean is also included with Aladdin's Spring Cleaning 4.0.
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UK showing of Macworld New York keynote
UK Mac users will have the opportunity to watch Steve Jobs' Macworld Conference & Expo New York keynote via a 2Mbps Internet connection and large screen. The event, hosted by MacAssist in Birmingham, will also include free seminars from Adobe and a Mac troubleshooting seminar from MacAssist. Tickets to watch the keynote on the big screen are £10.
Macs on CNBC interview of Martha Stewart
Bruce Detterich writes: "Watching an interview of Martha Stewart by Maria Bartiromo on CNBC, appearing prominently behind Martha was a complete Mac system! Looked like a blue G3 tower, but I'm not terribly good at spotting models."
Schiller keynote at Streaming Media West
Scott Maier notes that Apple has posted Phil Schiller's keynote from Streaming Media West.
Anatas 1.2: free app converts 3DMF files
Anatas 1.2 is a free drag-and-drop application that converts text 3DMF files to binary form. It is available in English, and German. Anatas CM 1.0b1 is the first public beta of the associated free contextual menu plug-in. [app, CM]
The list of gaming devices is growing larger with each passing day. A large number of companies have entered the gaming input arena, a ...Cambridge Audio DacMagic XS
Every computer with a microphone or headphone port has one -- a digital to analog converter (DAC). There are nearly as many chipsets a ...D-Link Wi-Fi Smart Plug
Home automation fans have been getting their fair share of gadgets and accessories in the last few years. Starting with light bulbs, a ...
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