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Afternoon tech: Iomega, Microsoft, Linux
Afternoon tech news: Iomega is pouring money into advertising of its drives even as it lays off more than 1,000 employees; The new judge which will decide on Microsoft's anti-trust case has ruled in terrorist and humane society cases, but has little experience with business cases; Linux, the open-source operating system created by Linus Torvalds, turns 10 years old today.
Tourbooker Pro shipping immediately
Tourbooker Pro is a new app designed for Tour Operators, Incoming Travel Agents and Destination Managers. The software includes customizable printable and faxable output of Itineraries, Service Bookings Request, Confirmations, Menu Lists, Vouchers, Cancellations etc. The $6000 package is shipping immediately.
CrushFTP 3.0b9: Java-based FTP server
Ben Spink's CrushFTP 3.0b9, a full-featured Java FTP server, adds support for HTTP uploads, advanced log rolling features, support for files over 2GBs, URL decoding for filenames/directories, and several bug fixes.
NetChronometer 1.4.8 updates server list
NetChronometer 1.4.8 updates server list in the $7 alternative standalone utility for synchronizing the system clock with central servers.
Shift Key Suite 1.06 improves compatibility
Marc Mennigmann has released Shift Key Suite 1.0.6, a collection of applications that disable the shift key on start-up (prevents users from turning Extensions off). Version 1.0.6 of the $5 utility adds compatibility with all versions of Mac OS (through 9.2.1).
Thermograph 1.3.4 adds model identification
Jeremy Kezer's Thermograph 1.3.4 is an update to the $7 utility that measures the internal processor temperature of any late-model G3 or G4-based Macintosh. Version 1.3.4 addds model identification for a temperature submission feature.
Photos of Woodfield Apple Store Grand Opening
MacNN reader Tom Akers has posted a few photos of the crowds who "braved the rain and lines to be a part of the grand opening of the Apple Store in Woodfield Mall."
Correction to Northshore Apple Store story
Emails from Apple yesterday inadvertently labeled the grand opening of the Apple Store Boston-area Northshore as "this weekend," when in fact the opening is not until September 1st. The Apple Website has since been updated to correct the ambiguity. We have updated the story and apologize for any inconvenience.
Since May of this year, Autodesk has been shipping the highly anticipated update to its high-end post-production video editing suite, ...Crucial MX100 256GB SATA-3 SSD
While the price-per-gigabyte ratio for magnetic platter-based hard drives can't be beat, the speed that a SSD brings to the table for ...Narrative Clip
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