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OroborOSX 0.75a1: X11 Window manager

10/19, 7:45pm

OroborOSX 0.75a1: X11 Window manager

OroborOSX 0.75a1 is an X11 window manager, designed to be used in rootless mode with XDarwin and XFree86 on Mac OS X. It is currently being used with both Mac OS X v10.0.x and the new v10.1.

REAL Control Strip 1.1 builds CSMs

10/19, 7:35pm

REAL Control Strip 1.1 builds CSMs

Intelli Innovations has released REAL Control Strip 1.1, a development that allows software developers to create dynamic control strip modules for applications without any coding. It is now available free-of-charge for inclusion with any application (commercial or non-commercial). Additionally, the complete source code is now bundled with the software for public use and modification.

Hotline rehires engineering team

10/19, 7:20pm

Hotline rehires engineering team

Hotline Communications today announced that it resumed development on its popular community sharing software: "Hotline Communications is proceeding with its restructuring and today announced the re-hire of an engineering team in anticipation of the Version 2.0 release. The Company has suspended the Early Adopter Program and will refund all participants. "

Apple to release Internet Explorer 5.1 patch

10/19, 6:50pm

Apple to release Internet Explorer 5.1 patch

Apple is expected to soon distribute an "Internet Explorer Security Update" via its Software Update Control panel in OS X. The update, recommended for all OS X users and Internet Explorer 5.1 for Mac, is in response to a vulnerability found in Internet Explorer 5.1 for Mac, according to Microsoft, although details were not provided. (The update was expected to be released Friday evening.)

Business Week: XP may resemble OS X

10/19, 4:30pm

Business Week: XP may resemble OS X

Charles Haddad says that "Mac heads shouldn't get too upset when they see how closely Windows XP apes Apple's OS X. In the long run, imitation can only help Jobs & Co."

Period Table 3.01 has new datasets, etymology

10/19, 4:25pm

Period Table 3.01 has new datasets, etymology

Synergy Creations today released Periodic Table 3.0.1, a free update that adds four new datasets, including electric dipole polarizability, magnetic susceptibility, linear expansion coefficient, and superconductivity critical temperature as well as the etymology of all the English element names. [Classic, Carbon]

iSlideShow 1.2: slide show presentation app

10/19, 4:20pm

iSlideShow 1.2: slide show presentation app

iSlideShow 1.2 adds multi-threaded export routines, offers scaling for viewing presentations, live previews during export, and other enhancements to the $10 shareware utility.

Tech: Linux PDA, China boost, Sun loss

10/19, 1:45pm

Tech: Linux PDA, China boost, Sun loss

Afternoon tech news: Sharp plans to unveil a new PDA which will utilize Java and Linux as its OS foundation, and use Intel's 206 Mhz StrongARM processor; Analysts are predicting that China may provide a viable boost to the sagging tech economy, as Hewlett Packard says it will create almost 2,000 new jobs in the country; Sun Microsystems has posted a loss of $180 million with sales falling more than 40 percent in its most recent fiscal quarter.

Architosh: Vectorworks 9.5 beta, Commotion...

10/19, 1:30pm

Architosh: Vectorworks 9.5 beta, Commotion...

Architosh notes the release of VectorWorks 9.5 beta by Nemetschek, a news on Commotion Pro (review, news, OS X news), and an "early assessment" of OS X 10.1.

Sapphire releases new Symbols Volumes

10/19, 1:30pm

Sapphire releases new Symbols Volumes

Sapphire Innovations has released Symbols Vol 6, a set of 400 symbols for FireWorks 4, which includes of circular themed royalty-free symbols; it also released Symbols Vol 6 for Freehand. Each collection is 11.

ImageViewer, X- Droplet: freeware utils

10/19, 1:25pm

ImageViewer, X- Droplet: freeware utils

Nick Nallick has released two new freeware utilities for OS X: ImageViewer is a free utility to view and copy still images. It uses QuickTime to read and write a wide range of still image formats and can crop images, perform simple transformations, and translate image file formats. X-Droplet, a free utility to set the attributes of files individually and by folder via drag and drop, allows you to set many of the file attributes used by OS X including creator and file types, file name extensions, dates, privileges, locks, and visibility. [IV, XD]

MacPlay ships Aliens vs Predator Gold Edition

10/19, 1:25pm

MacPlay ships Aliens vs Predator Gold Edition

MacPlay today officially announced that Fox Interactive's Aliens Versus Predator Gold Edition has shipped, following our a news item from earlier in the week. The $30 first-person game due at software retailers within the next few weeks. (We also noted the release of MacPlay's Giants: Citizen Kabuto for OS X.)

Giants: Citizen Kabuto to ship on Oct 25th

10/19, 1:20pm

Giants: Citizen Kabuto to ship on Oct 25th

MacPlay today announced that Giants: Citizen Kabuto, "the first game to be released exclusively for Mac OS X," has officially gone "gold".

Eco-Challenge being covered by TiBooks

10/19, 12:05pm

Eco-Challenge being covered by TiBooks

This year's Eco-Challenge, taking place on New Zealand's South Island, is being captured digitally by equipment including several Powerbook G4/400 Titanium laptops, LaCie's DVD-R drive, Photoshop and a sundtry of Mac shareware applications including MacBibble and iView MediaPro.

Apple\'s Oct. 23rd device: iPod?

10/19, 11:45am

Apple\'s Oct. 23rd device: iPod?

HITS, a music industry trade magazine, speculates that the device Apple is due to unveil on October 23rd will be dubbed "iPod" and consist of a portable hard drive for music that will sport a FireWire connection and the ability to "synch" with iTunes.

Matsushita working on 100 GB DVD

10/19, 10:30am

Matsushita working on 100 GB DVD

As noted previously, Matsushita is working on a new DVD format that could be capable of storing 50 GB per disc side using blue lasers. That capacity would allow for more than two hours of high definition video, according to Matsushita officials. Meanwhile, Plasmin is working on a DVD flavor that could eventually reach 1 terabyte of storage.

1.6GHz G5 outdoes 2GHz P4 in Spec benchmarks

10/19, 9:55am

1.6GHz G5 outdoes 2GHz P4 in Spec benchmarks

Motorola's PowerPC 8500--the G5--continues its development with version 0.5, bringing signifcant increase yields; however, a few cache bugs are not expected to be squashed until the next version, due to be released next month. The Register also reports on the processor's raw speed, as the 1.6GHz version showed a SpecInt2000 score of 1340 and a SpecFP2000 of1359 compared with the 656 and 714 scores (respectively) by the 2GHz Pentium 4.

Apple offers free digital camera in UK

10/19, 9:45am

Apple offers free digital camera in UK

Apple has recently upgraded the entry-level iMac in the UK to include an ATI Rage 128 Ultra graphics card with 16MB of VRAM, cut prices on low-end iMac by 100, and is offering a free HP Photosmart 318 digital camera (2.3 megapixel resolution) with the purchase of a CD-RW iMac through the end of the year, according to Macworld UK.

Marathon ships QuickSilver rackmount chassis

10/19, 9:35am

Marathon ships QuickSilver rackmount chassis

Marathon Computer has begun shipping the QuickSilver model of the PowerRack G Series, a rackmount chassis created exclusively for the Apple QuickSilver Power Mac G4. The chassis sports support for up to five drives in shock-mounted cage (two 5.25" ront accessible, one 3.5" front accessible, and two 3.5" internal). The PowerRack G Series QuickSilver edition is priced at $599, and can house 733 Mhz, 867 Mhz, and dual 800 Mhz PowerMac G4 components.

Digital Darkroom focuses on Macs

10/19, 9:35am

Digital Darkroom focuses on Macs

The Digital Darkroom focuses on working with digital images under both OS 9 (using the shareware utilty Cameraid) or the build-in image capture utility in OS X.

Apple device launch to steal XP thunder?

10/19, 4:15am

Apple device launch to steal XP thunder?

An OSOpinion.com piece theorizes that Apple's October 23rd announcement may be an effort to draw attention away from Microsoft's much-hyped Windows XP launch party, due on October 25th. Author Kelly McNeill suggests that the device will likely have something to do with either DVD or MP3, since Apple has invested significant software development resources into each area.

Iconographer 2.2 gets OS X speed boost

10/19, 4:00am

Iconographer 2.2 gets OS X speed boost

Iconographer 2.2 is the latest release of a 32-bit icon editor. The new version includes support for loading and editing of Windows XP icons, support for editing of icons contained in .rsrc files, and speed improvements under Mac OS X. [Classic, Carbon]

Analyst sees Apple moving lower

10/19, 4:00am

Analyst sees Apple moving lower

MaverickTrader Stock Picks Senior Editor, Dewey Burchett, has published his ratings on key stocks for the next 5 trading days. In his report, Burchett says that Apple's shares will likely move lower over the next week, based on "fundamental, technical and news-related items."

Sequential decline in PC sales; Dell No. 1

10/19, 12:50am

Sequential decline in PC sales; Dell No. 1

Gartner Dataquest and IDC both said that worldwide sales of PCs slowed for a second consecutive quarter. Dell, the only major PC maker to see an increase in the just-concluded third quarter, shipped about 14.5 percent of 29.1 million PC shipped in the quarter, while Compaq, IBM, and HP rounded out the top four spots. Both blamed the ongoing PC slump on a saturated market and weak economic conditions made worse by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

Tech: Intel bows out, MS online videos...

10/19, 12:50am

Tech: Intel bows out, MS online videos...

Early morning tech: Intel is winding down its consumer electronics division as the company continues to pare back to its core chip business, according to news.com; Intertainer and Microsoft are launching an online film and video service in 35 U.S. markets, which is aimed mainly at future users, including college students; and Lucent this week announced the development of a tiny new transistor made of a simple cluster of organic molecules and say they have already built a simple logic circuit using a pair of the organic transistors.

MacDICT 2.1 gives online access to databases

10/19, 12:40am

MacDICT 2.1 gives online access to databases

The freeware MacDICT 2.1 utility gives access to a number of databases, including Websters Dictionary, the US Gazetter, Free Online Dictionary of Computing, WordNet, Jargon File, and the CIA World Factbook. Version 2.1 adds an access control feature for parents/schools, an option to export to the clipboard, and other enhancements.

Quickie Web Albums 1.5 adds more features

10/19, 12:30am

Quickie Web Albums 1.5 adds more features

The $23 Web-gallery builder, Quickie Web Albums 1.5, adds import support for JPEG, GIF, BMP, PICT, or PNP pictures, a thumbnails-only creation option, and more Web layout customization options, including common header/footer for each page, border size selection, and HTML page properties. [Classic, Carbon]

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