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Casady & Green\'s Conflict Catcher 8.0.9

07/31, 8:05pm

Casady & Green\'s Conflict Catcher 8.0.9

Casady & Greene has released Conflict Catcher 8.0.9, a new version of its conflict prevention utility for the Mac. Version 8.0.9 primarily addresses improvements related to Mac OS 9.2, which is currently only available on "QuickSilver" Power Mac G4s, and Mac OS X.

Apple releases iDVD 1.0.1: DVD authoring

07/31, 7:55pm

Apple releases iDVD 1.0.1: DVD authoring

Apple has released iDVD 1.0.1, a new version of its consumer DVD authoring application for the Mac. Changes in the new version are not immediately available. (VT)

PopTop releases new Tropico scenarios

07/31, 7:35pm

PopTop releases new Tropico scenarios

PopTop Software has released two new scenarios—Mt. Sucio and Green Island—for its new building-oriented strategy game, Tropico, which was recently released for Classic and Mac OS X by MacSoft. (The two scenarios are available for download in self-extracting .exe files, which can be decompressed by Stuffit Expander.)

Maxtor unveils Ultra ATA/133 spec

07/31, 7:20pm

Maxtor unveils Ultra ATA/133 spec

Maxtor has unveiled the Ultra ATA/133 hard drive interface specification, which is capable of transferring data at 133 megabytes per second. Adaptec, Agere Systems, and Pacific Digital are among the first drive and adapter manufacturers to promise products based on the new standard. Maxtor expects widespread adoption of the Ultra ATA/133 standard in desktop systems during the beginning of 2002. Apple currently uses an Ultra ATA interface in its Power Mac G4 line.

New how-to guide to writing CDs

07/31, 7:05pm

New how-to guide to writing CDs

Muska & Lipman Publishing has released CD Recordable Solutions, a new $30 how-to guide that teaches users how to burn music, data, and video CDs on Mac, Windows, or Linux. The book explains the difference between CD-recordable and CD_rewritable formats, how a CD writer works, and how to build DVD-compatible CDs. A how-to guide to Roxio's Toast 5 Titanium, among other CD authoring software, is also included.

Microsoft releases Magic School Bus Volcano

07/31, 6:55pm

Microsoft releases Magic School Bus Volcano

Microsoft has released Scholastic's The Magic School Bus Volcano Adventure Activity Center, a $20 hybrid (Mac/PC) CD-ROM featuring games, experiments, trivia, and creative activities that help children ages 6 to 10 learn about both dormant and active volcanoes, including the volatile Mayon Volcano near Legazpi, Phillipines.

PandoCalendar 5.7.1: Calendar app for Mac

07/31, 6:35pm

PandoCalendar 5.7.1: Calendar app for Mac

PandoCalendar 5.7.1 is a new version of the program that places a fully functional calendar on the desktop. Version 5.7.1 fixes a bug that would cause the Paste menu item to act like Copy.

Boeing releases Strike Fighter screensaver

07/31, 6:30pm

Boeing releases Strike Fighter screensaver

Boeing has released a Mac screensaver featuring its Joint Strike Fighter, a multi-role strike fighter being developed for various U.S. armed forces that can takeoff and land both conventially and using direct-lift.

New Mac radio talk show premieres this week

07/31, 6:25pm

New Mac radio talk show premieres this week

Apple Talk, a new Mac radio talk show, will debut this Thursday, August 2 at 8:00 PM EST. Thw two hour show will cover topics such as a digital video workshop and a discussion on OS X on Intel.

Burning Monkey Solitaire II for Mac OS X

07/31, 6:20pm

Burning Monkey Solitaire II for Mac OS X

Burning Monkey Solitaire II 2.5, the popular solitaire game from Freeverse Software, is now available for both Classic and Mac OS X. Burning Monkey Solitaire II features a full suite of classic solitaire games such as Klondike, FreeCell, Pyramid, Canfield, and 52-pick up.

\"QuickSilver\" G4 vs. other PC towers

07/31, 6:05pm

\"QuickSilver\" G4 vs. other PC towers

AAPLTalk, after comparing both the new iBooks and iMacs to industry competition, has compared Apple's new "QuickSilver" Power Mac G4s to similarly priced systems from Dell, Gateway, HP, Compaq, and Sony. The new Power Mac comes out barely above a strong competitor in the Compaq Presario 7000.

DopeWars for Filemaker Pro 5 released

07/31, 6:00pm

DopeWars for Filemaker Pro 5 released

Brian Dunning has released DopeWars for Filemaker Pro 5, a controversial, free game that lets players act as a drug dealer; "buy and sell drugs, work the loan shark, fire at the cops, and loot dead bodies."

OS X Roundup: FiLMBOX, OmniWeb, Griffin

07/31, 2:20pm

OS X Roundup: FiLMBOX, OmniWeb, Griffin

osx.macnn.com reports on Kayadara's first Mac release of its 3D content creation tool FiLMBOX 3.0, OmniWeb 4.0.3, Pocket Notes 1.0b2, and Carbonized drivers for Griffin's iMate USB to ADB adapter.

PocketNotes 1.0b2 adds undo feature

07/31, 2:15pm

PocketNotes 1.0b2 adds undo feature

Pocket Notes 1.0b2 is the latest release of an extended notepad application for outlining and planning. The new version adds undo support, a links shelf to store web links, email addresses, files, etc, and enhancements to both the toolbar and search panel. A 30-day demo is available for download.

Afternoon tech: Sun, Intel\'s PCI replacement

07/31, 1:45pm

Afternoon tech: Sun, Intel\'s PCI replacement

Afternoon tech news: Sun will begin cutting hundreds of jobs for employees who can't find work elsewhere in the company; AT&T Labs has demonstrated a new technology that is purported to almost exactly replicate the human voice; Intel is attempting to replace the PCI expansion standard with its own solution dubbed Arapahoe, which will offer data transfer rates greater than 1.1 Gbytes per second.

Macromedia World 2001 announced

07/31, 1:00pm

Macromedia World 2001 announced

Macromedia World 2001 will be held September 17 to 20 at the San Francisco Hilton. Kevin Lynch, president of Macromedia products, and Jeremy Allaire, chief technology officer for Macromedia, will give the opening keynote at the four day event aimed at educating users about Dreamweaver, Shockwave, Flash, and other Macromedia solutions. Early bird registration is available through August 15 for $1,595.

CreatePage 2.7.5 offers interface tweaks

07/31, 12:05pm

CreatePage 2.7.5 offers interface tweaks

Pinehill Productions has released CreativePage 2.7.5, an update to the company's Web page layout application available in both Classic and Carbonized versions. The new release adds Color Syntax option for web pages not created in CreativePage, tweaks to the FTP interface and a new Mac OS X icon.

Kayadara brings FiLMBOX 3.0 to the Mac

07/31, 10:55am

Kayadara brings FiLMBOX 3.0 to the Mac

Kayadara has begun shipping FiLMBOX 3.0, a Carbonized app which is the first release of the tool for the Macintosh platform. The real-time 3D content production and delivery solution is priced at $5,000 and requires Mac OS X. Also packed in the 3.0 release are enhancements to FiLMBOX's character tools.

Seek Systems offers new RAID solutions

07/31, 10:45am

Seek Systems offers new RAID solutions

Seek Systems two new accelerated storage configurations that the company says are meant "to respond to the CPU speeds of new Mac G4 technologies." MacRAID-S and MacRAID-L offer 365 GB and 1.2 TB of storage and are priced at $25,000 and $50,000, respectively. Both solutions include Adaptive Cache technology which Seek says utilizes AltiVec routines in the G4.

OmniWeb updated to 4.0.3

07/31, 10:45am

OmniWeb updated to 4.0.3

OmniWeb 4.0.3, the latest incarnation of the Omni Group's OS X-native Web browser, offers numerous bug fixes, better multiple language handling, and interface refinements.

QiPo updated to version 1.2

07/31, 9:40am

QiPo updated to version 1.2

QiPo 1.2, short for "QuickTime in, Preview Out" adds several enhancements to the QuickTime movie preview generator. The new release removes AppleScript dependencies for better performance, decreases memory requirements, and adds QuickTime 5 support.

Xclaim offers $99 external USB TV tuner

07/31, 9:00am

Xclaim offers $99 external USB TV tuner

ATI has begun shipping the Xclaim TV USB edition, an external TV tuner now compatible with the Mac and priced at $99. The device allows users to watch TV through plugging an external source into the USB port, and features channel preview, parental controls, and the ability to operate in the background.

PhotoBridge plyg-in allows iQue access

07/31, 8:45am

PhotoBridge plyg-in allows iQue access

Baseview Products has released the PhotoBridge plug-in, allowing iQue users to use Photoshop to edit photos from within the iQue database. PhotoBridge allows for format transitions and IPTC captions. In addition, an image's version history is preserved with images edited with PhotoBridge. The plug-in requires Photoshop 5.5 or higher.

Griffin offers OS X iMate driver

07/31, 8:30am

Griffin offers OS X iMate driver

Griffin Technology has posted a beta version of the OS X driver for its iMate USB to ADB adapter. The new driver supports all currently available ADB drivers including the Kensington Mouseworks driver for OS X. With the Carbonized version, ADB devices are completely hot pluggable as the iMate OS X driver loads custom ADB driver even when connected after startup.

Apple\'s DRAM supplier facing trouble

07/31, 3:40am

Apple\'s DRAM supplier facing trouble

Hynix Semiconductor, which provides DRAM chips to Apple and is the world's third largest supplier of memory chips, is facing financial trouble and looking to the South Korean government for support. Revenue from DRAM sales is expected to slide to $14 billion this year from nearly $32 billion last year.

Palm offers Knowledge Finder web clipping

07/31, 3:10am

Palm offers Knowledge Finder web clipping

Palm has introduced a new web clipping service that allows users to tap into the Knowledge Finder system through a wireless-enabled Palm VIIx or other Palm with a wireless modem. Knowledge finder is a database compiled by Palm engineers as a guide for users, and is available on the web at http://www.palm.com/support.

Apple Store in Miami, FL to open in October

07/31, 3:00am

Apple Store in Miami, FL to open in October

MacNN reader Gaither Peden sends us a description of the Apple Retail Store opening soon in Miami, FL. Apple is currently looking to hire a store manager for the Miami store, located at The Falls Center right across the street from CompUSA. "There is a large Apple sign in the store window that the mall has placed to let shoppers know Apple is coming soon. I was told that the store is expected to open in October of this year. This mall is a fashion outdoor water mall with Macy's and Bloomingdale's retail stores along with other upscale shopping," said Peden.

Mactracker 1.1 to ship in August

07/31, 2:45am

Mactracker 1.1 to ship in August

Mactracker 1.1, which will ship in August, is the latest release of Ian Page's Macintosh information database that includes specs on virtually all Macs ever made. The new release will sport the ability to add custom notes to models, and information on CPU upgrades. Both Classic and OS X versions of Mactracker 1.1 will be offered.

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