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FWB ships Backup ToolKit 2.2

08/23, 9:00pm

FWB ships Backup ToolKit 2.2

FWB is now shipping BackUp ToolKit 2.2, a repackaged version of the backup utility from French software publisher Tri-Edre. The $35 utility offers multiple backup configurations, mirror and incremental backup, folder synchronization, compression, and file exclusion management. FWB is expected to introduce two other titles as result the software cross licensing agreement between it and Tri-Edre.

CatDV 2.0 adds OS X support to media tool

08/23, 8:55pm

CatDV 2.0 adds OS X support to media tool

Square Box Systems has released CatDV 2.0, a new version of its flagship media cataloging and video logging utility that adds new features as well as support for OS X. The fully cross-platform media asset management system can create a thumbnail catalog of any QuickTime supported media files, including still images, audio files, and movies and also provides searching, indexing, and and slide shows functions as well as QuickTime and HTML export routines. The $70 utility is available for $60 through September 16th. A demo is available.

Sara 0.4: Apple III emulator for the Mac

08/23, 8:55pm

Sara 0.4: Apple III emulator for the Mac

Black Cat Systems' Sara 0.4.0 is a freeware Apple III Emulator, which "will allow your Macintosh to emulate the Apple ///, which was the computer released by Apple just after the Apple ][, and before the Lisa....users will need to get an Apple /// ROM image, as well as various disk image files."

Carona 1.5 expands accounting features

08/23, 5:10pm

Carona 1.5 expands accounting features

Corona 1.5 adds general form entry and payroll accounting the Carbonized accounting application that also includes check register and account chart features. Version 1.5 also adds dynamic popupselectors for choosing names and accounts, expandable views with adjustable font size, and online help. A 30-day trial of the $35 application is available online.

ScreensSaver brings interactive headlines

08/23, 5:05pm

ScreensSaver brings interactive headlines

ESP Graphics has released a free sample component of its Screens software suite: ScreensSaver, an interactive screen-saver that gives users live news headlines with customized newsgroup selection, a stock-ticker, and website bookmarks.

Ecrix, Exabyte announce merger agreement

08/23, 3:45pm

Ecrix, Exabyte announce merger agreement

Exabyte and Ecrix today announced the completion of a definitive merger agreement "motivated by the complementary nature of Exabyte's high performance MammothTape? and Ecrix's high value VXA? drive technologies and numerous synergies to be realized from the combination of the two businesses."

Macs used at McInternet Cafe in Gautemala

08/23, 3:40pm

Macs used at McInternet Cafe in Gautemala

Steve Barham writes about Macs being used at the "McInternet Cafe" in a McDonalds restaurant in Guatemala:

In Guatemala City, Guatemala, there is a McDonalds that gives free internet service. Customers that buy Big Mac or other meals can use the in-store computers for 30 minutes- gratis. These computers are all imacs running OS9 and Internet Explorer 5. There are three Indigo and two Ruby connected through ethernet cables. All have optical mice. I think it is very interesting that McDonalds chooses iMac's (a very good choice, though) especially since I have been having trouble finding anything Macintosh in this city.

Tech: Exodus for sale, Gateway \'junk\' statu

08/23, 2:40pm

Tech: Exodus for sale, Gateway \'junk\' statu

Afternon Tech: Exodus, the Web hosting firm for many popular Internet sites, is looking for a buyer, according to company CEO Ellen Hancock (a former VP at Apple); Standard & Poor's lowered Gateway's corporate credit and bank credit ratings to junk status, to reflect "extremely competitive industry conditions, a declining revenue base and the company's expectation that it will not return to material profitability until fiscal 2002;" An increasing number of U.S. schools are equipping every student with a laptop computer for use at school or home with more than 800 schools and 125,000 students in Microsoft and Toshiba's Anytime Anywhere Learning program, which started in 1996.

Uncompressed QT Codecs for OS 9, OS X, Win

08/23, 2:30pm

Uncompressed QT Codecs for OS 9, OS X, Win

Blackmagic Design today announced the release of the first uncompressed QuickTime codecs for MacOS 9, MacOS X and Windows NT/2000/XP. The codecs allow uncompressed files from AJA Video's Kona-HDTV product to be opened and rendered and are also fully compatible with Pinnacle CineWave files. Codecs are available for download today from the Blackmagic Design web site at no charge.

New encoding, text apps for Flash

08/23, 1:50pm

New encoding, text apps for Flash

Wildform has released Flix for Mac ($100), "the first" Macintosh application that encodes video into Macromedia's Flash format and has released SWfX for Mac ($25), "the first" Flash text animation software for the Mac. Both are Carbonized applications.

Nikon introduces new 3MP CoolPix 885

08/23, 1:25pm

Nikon introduces new 3MP CoolPix 885

Nikon today introduced the Coolpix 885, a 3 megapixel digital camera that has a Transfer button on the camera for directly uploading digital photos quickly and easily to the desktop as well as a 3x Optical Zoom-Nikkor lens. The sub-8 oz. camera (without battery) has a USB connection, supports CompactFlash media and ships with a complete software bundle, a 16MB media card, and a 2CR5 lithium battery as well as a lens cap, wrist strap, USB and video cables. It will be available September 2001 for $600.

Reader: first look at Chicago Apple Store

08/23, 1:20pm

Reader: first look at Chicago Apple Store

John Jobe provided some details about the new Apple Retail Store in Chicago, which is expected to open this weekend:

The new Apple Store in Woodfield Mall today pulled the blinders from the store window glass. For the first time we could see in and get a view of what was going on inside the store. Everything looked in place and ready to go. Lots of staff roaming the floor and looking at various pieces of equipment this morning. One guy inside with a camera taking pictures of people passing by. The only thing that kept me out were the two security guards and the big sign blocking the door saying that the grand opening would be Saturday at 9AM.

ex-tend-it USB-400 extends USB beyond 17-ft

08/23, 10:05am

ex-tend-it USB-400 extends USB beyond 17-ft

Gefen's new $500 ex-tend-it USB-400 system includes a 4-port USB hub and can extend the 17ft limit of USB cables. The remote 4-port hub can handle up to 12.5Mbps of data on each port; the send/receive units are connected to each other via a standard CAT-5 cable, extending the distance of a standard USB connection up to 330 feet using a single CAT5 cable.

OS 9.2.1 requires Access Manager 1.11 update

08/23, 9:45am

OS 9.2.1 requires Access Manager 1.11 update

Sean McBride writes: "After updating Mac OS 9.1 to 9.2.1, the Bell Sympatico Access Manager software stopped working. I'm pretty sure this happened last time I updated Mac OS too. As before, reinstalling the Access Manager software (newest is 1.11) got things working again. Be warned though: when you install Access Manager you must supply your user id and password!"

Beta versions of freeware utils posted

08/23, 9:40am

Beta versions of freeware utils posted

Stone Table Software has posted public betas of two of its freeware products for OS X, RTF-to-Styled Text 1.03b, an open-source program that converts Rich Text Format documents into standard Macintosh Styled Text format, and Cobweb 1.0b is a simple, non-WYSIWYG HTML editor. [RTF--600KB, Cobweb-700KB]

Mac shareware installer supports OS 9.2.1

08/23, 9:35am

Mac shareware installer supports OS 9.2.1

MacInstall 1.3.1, Public Access's $25 shareware software installer for developers/programers, adds Mac OS 9.2.1 to System version pop-up menus, appropriately displays Installer items that have Actions associated with them, and has other changes.

Faust\'s Friend 2.1 adds more Websites

08/23, 9:25am

Faust\'s Friend 2.1 adds more Websites

StimpSoft's headline grabber Faust's Friend 2.1 adds compatibility with a number of news sites. [Classic, Carbon]

Fuji unveils new entry-level digital cameras

08/23, 9:25am

Fuji unveils new entry-level digital cameras

Fuji has unveiled its FinePix A101, FinePix A201 and the FinePix 2600 Zoom digital cameras. The A-series is the company's newest line of entry-level cameras, while the 2600 Zoom offers the same feature set with additional optical zoom capabilities.

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