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ObjectDomain R3 adds Shared Packages
ObjectDomain R3 is a new beta version of ObjectDomain Systems' Java UML modeling tool that allows developers to analyze, design, build, and deploy enterprise systems. R3 adds Shared Packages described as "a unique mechanism for multi-user development that doesn't require a server component." It also adds XMI import/export, advanced searching with regular expression support, roundtrip engineering support for C++, and Java 2 support. The final version is expected to ship within 30 days for $1000 (Professional) and $500 (standard).
Intel ships new 802.11 devices
Following a preview by c|net yesterday, Intel today officially announced several networking products based on the 802.11 protocols.
TiPB: Best Notebook in 2001 Mobile Innovators
Apple's Titanium PowerBook G4, dubbed the "Coolest Notebook In the World," has been named the 'Best Notebook' in Mobile Computing's Mobile Innovators of 2001: "Jozwiak gives credit for the design of the Titanium to a large number of Apple employees, with particular attention to three groups. The first is the industrial-design group led by Jonathan Ive, which is responsible for working with Apple's marketing and engineering groups to predict and build what the customer will want."
Nightingale 4.5: music notation application
Nightingale 4.5, a music notation application, adds the Briard Font, support for MOTU's FreeMIDI, indentable margins, double and halve durations options, new text handling, chord symbol and modifier options, and other enhancements. Upgrades to the $200 application are $45 with a 25 percent discount through the end of the month.
New York City, DC hit by Terrorist attack
Our heartfelt condolences to and prayers with the families, friends, and victims of this morning's tragic terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center Buildings (which have since collapsed) in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington, as well as the downed commercial airliners.
TextSpresso 1.9 adds new sorting filter
Taylor Design's $30 utility TextSpresso 1.9 adds text sorting through a new filter type, Sort Pattern, which includes 7 new sorting filters as well as the ability to build customized filters to sort arbitrary sections of text according to sub section keys.
Jon\'s Mac OS 9.2 mods patch Finder
"Jon's Mac OS 9.2 mods," a set of ResEdit patches that modify the appearance and operation of Mac OS 9.2.x, is now available. The patches add additional key shortcuts for the Finder, add a "Quit" command to the Finder "Special" menu as well as many other Finder-related enhancements.
Snak 4.7.1: IRC client gets updated
Snak 4.7.1, a full-featured IRC client, is a bug fix release that improves the handling of low memory situations and fixes a bug when adding servers to a connection profile, a problem that could cause the contacts list to appear empty and several other bugs.
Power On releases custom UpdateAgent app
Power On and Insider Software have created a customized UpdateAgent that will automatically alert users to new versions of Power On Software products and can also automatically download software updates. The customized agent is available now for free to registered owners of Power On products.
Apple adds Federal portion to Apple Store
Stephen Sebeny writes: "Apple has now added a new Federal division to its on-line Apple Store: "This is not all that surprising considering that the first physical AppleStore to open was just minutes outside Washington DC, and was an obvious sign of Apple trying to gain more government sales."
Fuji introduces new FinePix 2800 camera
Fuji today introduced its new FinePix 2800 Zoom, the company's latest mid-range digital camera. It offers a two megapixel CCD, a 6x optical zoom lens, USB connectivity, and the ability to attach voice notes to pictures and record video with sound. The $550 digital camera, weighing only 9.5 oz., is due in October with a bundled a 16MB SmartMedia storage card, four AA Alkaline batteries, shoulder strap and USB and video cables and a software bundle.
Summary 2.0 released
Summary 2.0 is the latest version of a web log analysis tool. The new release offers 34 new reports, including Images Loaded by each page, Monthly Bytes by Sub-report, Quarterly time periods, and Local Search Engine Words and Phrases. The Carbonized app is both OS 9 and OS X compatible.
MailCall 1.8 released
MailCall 1.8 is an e-mail notification application. While running, MailCall preforms periodic checks of your account(s) and notifies you when new mail has arrived or when you have mail in your box. The new release adds OS X compatibility and the ability to read mail without a client. [Classic, Carbon]
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