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D1 Desktop gets realtime, offline dissolves
Digital Voodoo today announced immediate availability of its real-time and off-line firmware upgrade for the D1 Desktop 64AV card, which provides unequaled 10-bit quality for paint, compositing and editing application.
Apple Website pays tribute to 9-11 tragedies
Apple's main Web page now acknowledges the recent US tragedies: "Our thoughts are with those who were affected by the tragic events this week."
Companies donate to help 9-11 tragedies
In the wake of the recent tragedies, several companies have offered to donate part or all of their proceeds to the American Red Cross help the family and victims of the 9-11. [updated]
VueScan 7.1.4: scanner driver utility
Hamrick Software recently posted VueScan 7.1.14, which improves performance under both Mac OS 9 and OS X (including startup time) and adds keyboard shortcuts, interface improvements, bug fixes, and new splash screens on startup to the $40 scanner driver utility.
HardDisk SpeedTools 3.4: disk driver utility
Intech's high-performance disk utility HardDisk SpeedTools 3.4 brings improved caching speed and intelligence of the HDST FireWire hard disk drivers, new support for 128MB/230MB FireWire 3.5" Magneto Optical cartridges, and a new fixed disk USB driver with support for InSystem Design (ISD) USB 2.0 compatible bridgeboards. [form]
Magellen 2.03: SMTP authentication added
MAKI Enterprise has released a new version of its $50 email client software Magellan 2.0.3 (for Mac OS 8/9 and OS X), which brings SMTP authentication (for using mail servers that require authentication), AppleScript-based mail processing, supporting for Mac OS 9.2.1, new MIME types, and other bug fixes. English, Japanese, Korean, French and Swedish versions available.
Microsoft requests new trial in DOJ case
Microsoft asked the U.S. Supreme Court for a new trial in its antitrust case, saying the judge's discussions with reporters "infected the entire case...[and it] didn't go far enough when it threw U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson off the case while leaving much of his ruling intact."
PC sales may decline in wake of attacks
Worldwide PC shipments will decline more than forecast as sales are hurt after the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history, according to an IDC analyst who cites possible erosion of consumer confidence in the economy.
Proposed settlement for iMac/G4 DVD issues
A proposed iMac/G4 settlement for a class-action lawsuit against Apple for poor DVD playback quality, offers a free system software upgrade (along with 90 days of support) and discounts on selected Apple merchandise. The lawsuit applies to US purchases (before May 2000) of a new iMac DV or iMacDV SE, or a Power Mac G4 system that included a software DVD player using the Mac OS 9.0.3(or earlier) and a DVD player 2.1 (or earlier). A summary notice also notes that owners of these machines can also exclude themselves, if notice is provided before November 12, 2001.
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