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PlayerPRO 5.9.2 adds QuickTime 5 DLS2 support
Quadmation's PlayerPRO 5.9.2, an update to its music editing program (a.k.a., SoundTracker), adds OS X sound input compatibility, bug fixes for OS X, better import/export functions, and QuickTime 5 DLS2 support. Updaters are available for both the freeware and commercial versions. [Classic, Carbon]
LaCie posts SilverLining Pro 6.4.4 drivers
Jason Greene notes that LaCie has released SilverLining Pro 6.4.4, an update to its driver utility software for its DVD-RAM/R, CD-RW (FireWire, SCSI, USB), and hard drives. (A list of changes is not available.)
SciFinder 2001 helps perform research
SciFinder 2001, another desktop research tool, allows you to explore research topics, browse scientific journals, and stay up to date on today's most recent scientific developments. With SciFinder, no special training is needed. You simply point and click to access more than 19 million abstracts and 35 million substances. (A MacNN reader points to a list of dozens of other scientific applications available for OS X.)
ChemDraw 7.0 adds OS X support, new features
Cambridgesoft's ChemDraw 7.0, a popular chemistry drawing package, is now available for OS X. Version 7.0 adds BioDraw,, Name=Struct, AutoNom, ChemNMR, SDK features, and more, as well as the Chem3D and ChemFinder applications and the Chem3D Plugin, to ChemDraw Pro. The $1,600 application is available for $700 to education customers.
iPod, TiPB among year\'s top 10 gizmos
Singapore's Straits Times Interactive has named the iPod and the Titanium PowerBook among the year's top 10 gizmos.
Graffix Select Menu plugin for Illustrator 10
Rick Johnson has updated his free Graffix Select menu plugin 10.0.3 for Illustrator 10 (for Mac OS 9 and OS X) to address a problem in selecting various types of paths.
Edgar Online posts Apple\'s financial chart
Edgar Online has posted a detailed chart of Apple's financials over the past year, including a balance sheet, cash flow breakdown, and income statement. The chart represents data collected through Apple's most recently reported fiscal quarter.
Tech: Fuel cells, Oracle cuts, Orders up
Morning tech news: Toshiba and other mobile electronics firms are eyeing fuel cell technology as an efficient replacement for lithium ion batteries; Oracle plans to lay off 400 to 800 employees in its sales and consulting divisions; Orders for computers and portable electronics are up 2 percent thanks to low interest rates.
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