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Westlake continues work on UT Carbon

08/16, 7:55pm

Westlake continues work on UT Carbon

Westlake Interactive President Mark Adams is continuing to work on the Carbonization of Unreal Tournament, which would let the game's thousands of fans play the first-person shooter natively in Mac OS X, according to Inside Mac Games. Completion of the project would also lead the way to Carbonization of other games using the Unreal Tournament engine, such as Deus Ex and Rune.

PocketDock 2.1.3: Organize docs, apps in OS X

08/16, 7:45pm

PocketDock 2.1.3: Organize docs, apps in OS X

PocketDock 2.1.3 is a maintenance release of the utility to organize and launch applications, documents, Web links, and email addresses.

IntelliMerge 1.2.7r2: Email merge software

08/16, 7:40pm

IntelliMerge 1.2.7r2: Email merge software

IntelliMerge 1.2.7r2 is a maintenance release of Intelli Innovation's email merge software for Classic and Mac OS X that fixes a mathematical error that caused sending HTML messages to hang in some situations.

XTension 3.7.0: Home automation software

08/16, 7:35pm

XTension 3.7.0: Home automation software

Sand Hill Engineering has released XTension 3.7.0, a new version of its Mac-only home automation software. Version 3.7.0 adds support for the new LynX-PLC co-processor, which supports X-10 extended codes that were previously missing.

SysQuake 2 LE: Scientific software released

08/16, 7:30pm

SysQuake 2 LE: Scientific software released

Calerga has released SysQuake 2 LE, a new version of its scientific computation and interactive graphics software for Classic and Mac OS X. The new version adds significant improvements to the Matlab-compatible programming language SysQuake is based on, such as support for objects. New libraries of functions extend SysQuake in the areas of statistics, polynoms and rational functions, and linear time-invariant systems.

ID3X 1.7: ID3 editor for Classic, Mac OS X

08/16, 7:20pm

ID3X 1.7: ID3 editor for Classic, Mac OS X

ID3X 1.7 is a new version of the ID3 editor for Classic and Mac OS X. Version 1.7 adds support for long file names under Mac OS X and several important bug fixes.

Palm acquires Be for $11 million

08/16, 7:15pm

Palm acquires Be for $11 million

Be, Inc., which was founded by former Apple executive Jean-Louis Gassée, has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by Palm for $11 million, to be paid in Palm common stock. The completion of the acquisition, which is subject to shareholder approval, is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2001.

Sales of memory, LCD displays skyrocket

08/16, 7:05pm

Sales of memory, LCD displays skyrocket

Despite declining PC sales, market research firm NPD Intelect reports that sales of LCD monitors and removable memory skyrocketed during the first half of 2001, compared with the same period during 2000. Sales of LCD monitors have increased 159 percent from last year, while sales of removable memory have increased 210 percent. In June, Apple discountinued its last remaining CRT display, becoming the first manufacturer to move to an all-LCD display lineup. Other product segments showing strong growth were blank CD media, recordable CD drives, and PDAs.

New 1U rackmount servers for iBook, PB G4

08/16, 6:55pm

New 1U rackmount servers for iBook, PB G4

adnX has introduced new 1U rackmount servers for Apple's iBook and PowerBook G4. The $300 units let users condense the portable Macs into 1U of rackmount server space.

Intuit ships Quicken 2002 for Classic, OS X

08/16, 6:50pm

Intuit ships Quicken 2002 for Classic, OS X

Intuit is now shipping Quicken 2002 Deluxe for Mac, a Carbonized version of its financial management software for Classic and Mac OS X. The software is available directly from the company for $60 ($20 mail-in rebate for previous Quicken users). Retailers are expected to receive Quicken 2002 for Mac on Wednesday, August 22.

Sophos Anti-virus 3.48 Beta for OS 9, OS X

08/16, 6:45pm

Sophos Anti-virus 3.48 Beta for OS 9, OS X

Sophos Anti-Virus 3.48 Beta is a new Carbonized version of the anti-virus software. Version 3.48 Beta no longer runs on 68K machines and requires Mac OS 8.5 or later.

REALbasic tutorial: AIM Mate

08/16, 6:40pm

REALbasic tutorial: AIM Mate

ResExcellence has posted a tutorial explaining how to create AIM Mate—an application that helps users type commonly used phrases in AOL Instant Messenger—using REALbasic.

O\'Reilly preps REALbasic: Definitive Guide

08/16, 6:35pm

O\'Reilly preps REALbasic: Definitive Guide

O'Reilly & Associates has announced the upcoming release of "REALbasic: The Definitive Guide, 2nd Edition," a guide book to the cross-platform programming environment. The book is expected to be released in September with an estimated retail price of $40.

The Omni Group updates Game Ports page

08/16, 6:05pm

The Omni Group updates Game Ports page

The Omni Group has updated its Game Ports page with new information on Mac OS X ports of Giants: Citizen Kabuto and Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force. The company has added dual processor support to both titles, and noted a 100 percent increase in framerates in Elite Force over a single processor Mac of the same speed.

Netopia releases Timbuktu Pro for Mac OS X

08/16, 6:00pm

Netopia releases Timbuktu Pro for Mac OS X

Netopia has announced the release of Timbuktu Pro for Mac OS X, its remote control and file transfer software for the new operating system. Timbuktu Pro for Mac OS X integrates several new features, such as package distribution, added security, large file support, and the complete Aqua interface. Download versions of the software are available now for $180 (two user license); boxed versions will begin shipping August 30.

MacNN returns to normal operation

08/16, 5:35pm

MacNN returns to normal operation

Over the past two days, MacNN servers were experiencing abnormal difficulties. We're happy to report that our server administrators have restored the server, and our News Team has resumed regular updates. Thank you for your patience during this period.

Sorenson to offer Ultimate Streaming Seminar

08/16, 12:55pm

Sorenson to offer Ultimate Streaming Seminar

Sorenson Services USA and Future Media Concepts have partnered to provide the Ultimate Streaming Seminar, a two-day training event designed to provide independent, unbiased information on all of the major streaming solutions available today, including MPEG, QuickTime, Real Media, and Windows Media solutions for both video on demand and live streaming. The seminars will be hosted in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia from September through December. Registration costs $795 ($100 discount) until September 7, 2001.

MacMAME 0.53: Arcade game emulator

08/16, 12:50pm

MacMAME 0.53: Arcade game emulator

MacMAME 0.53 is the latest version of the popular arcade game emulator for Classic and Mac OS X. Version 0.53 brings the software in sync with the DOS 0.53 build and fixes an issue that would cause menu bar flickering on MacOS 8.6 when running a game fullscreen.

New Epson Stylus Pro 9500 driver

08/16, 12:45pm

New Epson Stylus Pro 9500 driver

Epson has released a version 6.7aE driver for its Epson Stylus Pro 9500 printer.

LiveStage Pro 3.0.1: QuickTime authoring

08/16, 12:40pm

LiveStage Pro 3.0.1: QuickTime authoring

Totally Hip Software has released LiveStage Pro 3.0.1, a new version of its QuickTime 5 interactive authoring environment that removes serial number authentication due to popular demand. Version 3.0.1 also adds an auto indenting option and preference for the script editor, sound controls for the Flash track editor so that flash tracks with sound can have their volume controlled, sound controls for movie tracks, and numerous bug fixes and improvements.

BusinessWeek Online: Macs are the cure

08/16, 12:35pm

BusinessWeek Online: Macs are the cure

Macs are pegged as the "cure for teachers' technophobia" in the latest edition of Byte of the Apple at BusinessWeek Online. Author Charles Haddad praises Apple's Summer Teaching Institutes, seminars that instruct teachers on how to effectively integrate technology into their curriculum.

NVIDIA reports record earnings, stock split

08/16, 12:30pm

NVIDIA reports record earnings, stock split

NVIDIA, which creates the graphics chipsets used in Apple's Power Mac G4s, has reported record earnings of $33.6 million, or $0.39 per diluted share, on revenues of $260.3 million for the second quarter of fiscal 2002 ended July 29, 2001. The record revenues represented a 53 percent increase from the year-ago period. The company also announced a two-for-one stock split.

Tacoma News Tribute profiles The Omni Group

08/16, 12:25pm

Tacoma News Tribute profiles The Omni Group

The Tacoma News Tribute has profiled Seattle-based The Omni Group, maker of the popular Mac OS X browser, OmniWeb. The article covers the underlying mission of the company, inside details on the company's office environment, and average salaries and benefits for its nineteen employees.

Origami 1.0: New visual plugin for iTunes

08/16, 12:20pm

Origami 1.0: New visual plugin for iTunes

Trinfinity Software has released Origami 1.0, a new visual plugin for Apple's iTunes. The plugin currently only works on Mac OS 9, although a Mac OS X version is in development.

Formac unveils 24x10x40 CD-RW FireWire drive

08/16, 12:15pm

Formac unveils 24x10x40 CD-RW FireWire drive

Formac has introduced a new 24x10x40 FireWire CD-RW that features BURN-Proof technology, which eliminates buffer underrun errors, iTunes compatibility, and can burn a CD in approximately three minutes. The drive's hermetically sealed enclosure provides extremely quiet operation. The drive ships with Roxio's Toast 5 and is available now for $390.

Apple lists Canadian Apple Demo Days

08/16, 12:10pm

Apple lists Canadian Apple Demo Days

Apple has posted a list of Apple Demo Days being held throughout Canada in August and September. The events will take place in Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, and Quebec.

CE Software reports disappointing revenues

08/16, 12:05pm

CE Software reports disappointing revenues

CE Software, Inc. has announced a net loss of $287,000, or $0.20 per share, for its third quarter ended June 30, 2001. Revenues for the quarter were $335,000, compared with revenues of $752,000 in the year-ago quarter. The company partially attribrutes the dramatically decreased revenues to current global economic conditions, although is optimistic about upcoming products such as QuicKeys for Mac OS X.

Verbatim unveils AT&T-branded CD-R/RW media

08/16, 12:00pm

Verbatim unveils AT&T-branded CD-R/RW media

Verbatim has announced that it has entered into a licensing agreement with AT&T to produce a complete line of AT&T-branded CD-R and CD-RW media. Available this Fall, AT&T-branded media will include 24x CD-R, 4x CD-RW, and 10x CD-RW discs. The AT&T-branded media will be fully tested by both Verbatim and AT&T's Quality Assurance Group for consistent performance, reliability, and broad compatibility.

CyClone DVD-R/RW: DVD Studio Pro-compatible

08/16, 10:05am

CyClone DVD-R/RW: DVD Studio Pro-compatible

CyClone has announced that its DVDRevo external FireWire DVD-R/RW drive has passed extensive compatibility testing with Apple's DVD Studio Pro 1.1. The drive is now shipping for an estimated retail price of $1,050.

128-bit encryption added to Apple AirPort

08/16, 10:00am

128-bit encryption added to Apple AirPort

MacNN reader Mike R. notes that the newest revision of Apple AirPort cards, part number M7600LL/C, support 128-bit WEP encryption, letting AirPort users connect to "secure" office and college networks. The Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance (WECA) and Apple recently urged AirPort users concerned with the security of their wireless transmissions to implement an additional security layer on top of WEP encryption after two reports detailed a significant security flaw in WEP encryption.

AIMgadget 2.1.1: AIM message log viewer

08/16, 9:55am

AIMgadget 2.1.1: AIM message log viewer

AIMgadget 2.1.1 is a new version of the tool that lets users easily view AOL Instant Messenger logs. Version 2.1.1 adds an option to sort buddies by date and fixes a bug with deleting buddies.

Power On Software ships ACTION GoMac 2.1

08/16, 9:50am

Power On Software ships ACTION GoMac 2.1

Power On Software has announced the release of ACTION GoMac 2.1, a new version of its task bar utility for the Mac. Version 2.1 adds support for Mac OS 9.1, support for Microsoft Office 2001, enhanced Applications and Documents folders under Mac OS 9, the ability to show an original file directly from any active application, an option to automatically add active applications to the Start Menu, compatibility with Apple DVD Player and iMovie, substantial speed improvements, and more. ACTION GoMac 2.1 is available now for $40; an electronic version is available online for $30.

A Better Finder Rename 4.0PR1 released

08/16, 9:45am

A Better Finder Rename 4.0PR1 released

A Better Finder Rename 4.0 Preview 1 is a new version of the contextual menu plug-in that allows users to quickly rename multiple files. Version 4.0PR1 is optimized for Mac OS X and is available as part of the A Better Finder tool series for $45 or separately for $15.

MacDesktops: Madonna LIVE (Music), more

08/16, 9:40am

MacDesktops: Madonna LIVE (Music), more

Over the past week, MacDesktops posted 14 new desktop pictures, including Drink Different (Humor), Madonna LIVE: The Drowned World Tour (Music), Marathon Resurrection (Games), and Think Spiderman (Movies).

Quesa 1.6d14: Open-source QuickDraw 3D API

08/16, 9:35am

Quesa 1.6d14: Open-source QuickDraw 3D API

The Quesa Development Team has released Quesa 1.6d14, a new version of its open source impelemtnation of Apple's QuickDraw 3D API. The new version features full support for picking (both 2D and 3D), fixes several memory leaks and crashes, and improves OpenGL behavior on Mac OS X and Windows.

Educational pricing unavailable from Adobe

08/16, 9:30am

Educational pricing unavailable from Adobe

MacNN reader Michael P. notes that the Apple store for education, among other online stores that carry products at educational prices, are now only offering Adobe PageMaker at discounted, educational pricing. Previously, Adobe's entire suite of applications was available at discounted prices.

NYTimes.com added to Sherlock

08/16, 9:25am

NYTimes.com added to Sherlock

The New York Times has announced that Apple has added it to the Sherlock search utility. Sherlock will now search the NYTimes.com Web site and archives, which require free registration to access.

iMac celebrates third birthday

08/16, 9:20am

iMac celebrates third birthday

Three years ago yesterday, Apple shipped its first iMac—a 233 MHz, bondi blue machine credited with the company's return to profitability. Apple is asking iMac owners to send in stories of how the iMac has changed their lives. The best stories will then be posted on Apple's Web site.

Sonnet drops prices on G3/G4 upgrades

08/16, 9:15am

Sonnet drops prices on G3/G4 upgrades

Sonnet Technologies has announced price drops on nearly half of its line of G3 and G4 processor upgrades, including Crescendo/PCI G3, Crescendo/7200, Crescendo/L2, Crescendo PowerBook 1400, and Encore.

PageSpinner 3.1: HTML editor updated

08/16, 9:10am

PageSpinner 3.1: HTML editor updated

Optima System has released PageSpinner 3.1, a new version of its HTML editor for the Mac. Version 3.1 adds improved Mac OS X compatibility, previews of local Server Side Include files, translucent dragging, proxy icon support, automatic line feed detection, improved support for CSS and HTML 4.01, better handling of XML files, enhanced PageSpinner Plug-in Extension format, improved appearance of floating palettes, and more.

Feral announces Black & White for Mac

08/16, 9:05am

Feral announces Black & White for Mac

Feral Interactive has announced Black & White for the Mac, a unique game that lets the player become the god of a world who decide whether to be "kind and benevolent" or nasty and evil. A release date has not yet been set.

MAXON announces CINEMA 4D Dynamics

08/16, 9:00am

MAXON announces CINEMA 4D Dynamics

MAXON Computer has announced CINEMA 4D Dynamics, a fully integrated physics module for CINEMA 4D XL R7. The new plugin enables CINEMA 4D users to simulate real-world dynamic forces such as friction, gravity, collisions, springs, wind, and more. Dynamics are applied to existing objects or the points of an object as modifiers, and solver objects complete the calculation and make the interaction more responsive in the editor. CINEMA 4D Dynamics will ship in September 2001 for £395.

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