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Stimulus 1.0b1: integrated movie, file editor

09/19, 11:40pm

Stimulus 1.0b1: integrated movie, file editor

Electric Butterfly has released Stimulus 1.0b1, an "integrated software product that works intuitively like a file browser, allowing you to select and view/play all of your favorite images, audio files, and video clips from within a single application." The $12 application supports 17 popular file formats, zoom, printing, file properties, and other standard features. [Classic, Carbon]

Castle Wolfenstein for OS X beta posted

09/19, 11:40pm

Castle Wolfenstein for OS X beta posted

Mac Beta 4 for Castle Wolfenstein MP is being mirrored by ExtremeSims Website as well as "the entire [69MB] package for Mac users with no access to a PC." The beta application for OS X was created by Graeme Devine: "The OS X build is looking good. On my G4 dual 800 with a GeForce 3 card I get 90fps in game, while on my P3 dual 800 with a GeForce 3 I get 30fps on the same settings."

Agfa posts new OS X scanner drivers

09/19, 11:35pm

Agfa posts new OS X scanner drivers

Agfa recently released an updated ScanWise 2.1b as part of its beta program for texting its scanner drivers for OS X, support most of its SnapScan "e" scanners and its 1212u and 1236u scanners.

StuffIt Expander 6.5 now available

09/19, 11:30pm

StuffIt Expander 6.5 now available

Following the release of StuffIt Deluxe 6.5 earlier today, Aladdin also released StuffIt Expander 6.5, an update to the free decompression utility bundled with most Macs. [Classic, Carbon]

Appearance OSAX 1.2.1: AppleScript add-ons

09/19, 11:25pm

Appearance OSAX 1.2.1: AppleScript add-ons

24U Appearance OSAX 1.2.1 now works also when booted from write-protected disk and fixes a bug where "better dialogs" would not correctly appear in front of all windows. Appearance OSAX adds pop-up alerts, display dialogs, open floating text message windows, show progress indicators, and other notifications to AppleScript.

Rumpus 2.0: FTP server now for OS X

09/19, 11:25pm

Rumpus 2.0: FTP server now for OS X

Maxum Development today released Rumpus 2.0, a "major" update to the company's high-performance FTP server package. Version 2.0 is now a native Carbon application and also adds upload notices, folder sets, user account limits, direct HTTP user account management, and enhanced security (user database encyrption). It is a free update to all purchases within the last year. Upgrades are $80 (Standard) and $120 (Professional).

Afternoon tech: AMD, Toshiba, Nimda

09/19, 2:00pm

Afternoon tech: AMD, Toshiba, Nimda

Afternoon tech news: AMD plans to unveil a chip dubbed the Athlon XP, with the suffix standing for "extra performance," and not a reference to the soon-to-be-released Windows XP operating system; Toshiba is the latest laptop manufacturer to jump on the wireless bandwagon pioneered by Apple with the AirPort standard; The Nimda virus is continuing to spread at a rapid rate, and analysts are predicting that the worm may outpace the infamous Code Red virus.

Ancient Warfare for Mac now available

09/19, 1:50pm

Ancient Warfare for Mac now available

Design, Inc.'s historical combat game Ancient Warfare for the Mac will ship with Romans and Barbarian armies and also includes a campaign for the Roman empire in 68 AD when Rome had four emperors. The $25 game ($4 shipping & handling) includes true isometric views of the battlefields, 3D rendered graphics, variable formations (line, box, wedge, etc.), and support for infantry, archers, cavalry, wagon trains, etc. A special offer until the end of October will raffle 3 authentic silver coins from ancient Rome to those who order before that date.

Keyspan matches USB hubs with new G4 PMs

09/19, 1:15pm

Keyspan matches USB hubs with new G4 PMs

Keyspan is now shipping silver USB hubs, which complement "QuickSilver" Power Mac G4s. Both hubs offer four USB ports, support dual power modes, and comply with USB 1.1 specifications. The mini hub version also features a low-power design that extends the battery life of the laptop. The desktop version (UH-4ASL) retails at $40 and the Mini Hub (UHM-4SL) retails at $50.

StuffIt Deluxe 6.5 brings new OS X features

09/19, 1:10pm

StuffIt Deluxe 6.5 brings new OS X features

Aladdin today released StuffIt Deluxe 6.5, an update to its $80 compression utility. Version 6.5 includes new StuffIt Express Personal Edition (available separately), which can create customized drop boxes that can be configured to automate file compression and transfer tasks. It also brings Magic Menu support for OS X, smart expansion of Palm OS files, and DropTar, a new drop box compression utility for Unix.

EarthBrowser 1.5.4: dymanic earth simulation

09/19, 1:00pm

EarthBrowser 1.5.4: dymanic earth simulation

EarthBrowser 1.5.4, a $20 dynamic earth simulation that shows current weather, webcams, earthquakes, volcanoes and clouds, corrects location information for several cities, updates the webcams, and has other fixes. It is available in several languages.

SQL install, management tools for OS X

09/19, 1:00pm

SQL install, management tools for OS X

SQL4X 1.3 offers a free graphical interface for installing and configuring MySQL: "You will need less than five minutes to install and configure your first MySQL database server. To administer MySQL and to access your databases SQL4X Manager 1.3 is included," which provides access local and remote MySQL databases. Two versions of SQL4X Manager are available: Basic Edition ($40), which is restricted to access up to two MySQL database servers and the Pro Edition ($70) with unlimited access to local and remote MySQL database server.

iPrompter 1.8.6: prompting util for the Mac

09/19, 12:55pm

iPrompter 1.8.6: prompting util for the Mac

Intelli Innovations has released iPrompter 1.8.6, a bug-fixing update to its prompting software for the Mac.

Morningstar comments on Apple

09/19, 10:20am

Morningstar comments on Apple

MacNN reader John Robokos notes a Morningstar.com article discusses the state of the PC industry from the point of view of the HP-Compaq buyout. In terms of Apple, the author says: "Apple, of course, is a different story, since it builds its own operating system and has proprietary components. Apple sells a differentiated product; the Wintel crowd sells a commodity... But trying to compete in consumer PCs against a low-cost producer (Dell), the maker of a radically differentiated product (Apple), and the world's pre-eminent marketer and designer of consumer electronics (Sony)..."

BTV Pro 5.1 released

09/19, 10:15am

BTV Pro 5.1 released

BTV Pro 5.1 is the latest release of an application that allows you to view, capture and edit video, create stop-motion animations, and also has advanced capture features such as frame averaging, time lapse and motion detection. The new version has the ability to add the image of a clock to frames in timelapse and motion detection, and can make a movie out of a folder of image files.

OS X: Entourage X shipment date, Maya ships

09/19, 10:05am

OS X: Entourage X shipment date, Maya ships

osx.macnn.com has news of Entourage X, Microsoft's popular email client and personal information manager as well as shipment of Maya for OS X.

Office 10 details released

09/19, 10:05am

Office 10 details released

As MacNN first reported last week, Microsoft today released details regarding Office 10 for Mac OS X, which is now officially dubbed Office v. X for Mac. The software will be priced at $499 for the full release or as little as $149 for upgrades.

T3Hub: portable, powered, 3-port USB hub

09/19, 10:05am

T3Hub: portable, powered, 3-port USB hub

Dr. Bott is now shipping of its new T3Hub, an ultra-portable, semi-self powered, 3 port USB hub that weighs less than an ounce and requires no external power supply. It "supports USB devices that normally require a powered hub such as keyboards, floppy drives, Zip drives, and scanners through intelligently allocating power where it is needed." The $34 hub is available in three colors: Titanium for PowerBook G4, Ice for iBook 2001 and Translucent Graphite that fits great with any computer.

Microsoft Entourage X due in November

09/19, 10:00am

Microsoft Entourage X due in November

As anticipated last week, Microsoft today announced the November availability of Entourage X, its email client and personal information manager for OS X: "As the cornerstone of Office v. X for Mac, Entourage X for Mac offers many new features and improvements, including a redesigned user interface, calendar and the addition of Office notifications, plus many more improvements that have made communicating and managing information in Office v. X easier than ever." Pricing is $500 for the full version of "Office v. X for Mac" or $400 for a standalone version. Upgrades are $300, however, for a special limited time, Microsoft will be offering $150 upgrades to those who own any Office 2001 application. It requires OS X 10.1 to run.

Adobe hits consenus, misses revenue numbers

09/19, 9:50am

Adobe hits consenus, misses revenue numbers

Adobe yesterday reported financial results for its third quarter ended August 31, 2001 with revenue of $292.1 million and net profit of $40.3 million or $0.28 per share. Adobe cited a significant decline in Japan revenue as the main reason for missing the targeted revenue.

Maya for Mac OS X ships

09/19, 7:30am

Maya for Mac OS X ships

Maya and SGI have jointly announced the shipment of Maya for Mac OS X. The 3D animation and effects software includes support for QuickTime, tear off menus in the hot box, and a fully Aqua interface. The retail price of Maya Complete for Mac OS X is $7,500 USD, the same price as Maya Complete for other platforms.

MacDesktops: pictures remember 9-11 tragedy

09/19, 5:50am

MacDesktops: pictures remember 9-11 tragedy

Over the past week, MacDesktops has posted 6 new desktop pictures in memory of last week's 9-11 tragedies, including In Memoriam, Let Freedom Ring, Never Forget, New glory, Raising the flag, and United We Stand.

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