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Older iMacs, 9.2.2 installation problems
A MacNN Reader notes that some iMac rev A-D owners may experience problems with the new Mac OS 9.2.2 update. "After having problems with installation myself, I checked the Apple support pages and found that various iMac users are having trouble installing Mac OS 9.2.2. I have a Lime 333 MHz iMac, which should be compatible with the update, however, the developer "open firmware" screen pops up at startup."
Adobe to announce GoLive 6.0 next week
Adobe is expected to announce GoLive 6.0 next week at Macworld Expo. The new version will offer a Carbonized application for compatibility with OS X as well as a new Web Workgroup Server application for OS X, which will help facilitate team-based creation and maitenance of Websites.
SPR issues \"outperform\" rating on Apple
The Stock Pick Report has issued an "outperform" rating on Apple's stock for the next 5 to 10 business days. As of 2 PM EST, Apple's shares were down $.16 to $22.27 on relatively low volume, with 1,034,900 shares changing hands.
Current iMac on its way out at Circuit City
An Apple power representative for Circuit City sent MacNN an interesting note about the limited availability of iMacs and iBooks noted yesterday. "The iBook 600 is marked 1599.95 any CC product that ends in .96 means it's on it's way out. If it ends in .95 that means it's history. There is also two iMac model price ending in .95."
QuickTime 6: Future single DV standard?
OSOpinion.com author Kelly McNeill has published an article dubbed "Wanted: A Single Standard for Digital Video," in which he argues for an open alternative to proprietary video sources. McNeill concludes that that the MPEG-4 standard, which will be based around Apple's QuickTime 6, will meet the requirements for a robust, accessible digital video standard.
Hess Memorial Macworld Events page posted
The Hess Memorial Macworld Events and Party Page for next month's Macworld Expo in San Francisco has been posted. The list includes many of the gatherings and press functions available at the show. Companies are encouraged to submit their event listings before Jan. 5th for publication.
MWSF: \"This one is big.\"
Apple has updated its main page with a large banner for Macworld Expo on January 7th, saying "7 days to Macworld San Francisco. This one is big. Even by our standards."
PocketMac for OS X released
Rayford Sims notes the release of an OS X version of PocketMac, o PocketPC sync software package for the Mac:
"Information Appliance Associates just released an OS X Version of their software for syncing Pocket PC devices. I believe this is just an OS X build of their already-released-for-OS 9 version 1.08, although their website is scant on details. While it still does not seem to offer synchronization with PIMs, it does provide support for Avantgo and synching with folders on the Mac. Information Appliance Associates has not answered my emails about releasing a timed trial or an ETA on when syncing with entourage will be available."
States urge judge to reject Microsoft delay
Nine states that oppose Microsoft's settlement of its antitrust case have asked a federal judge to deny the company's request for a delay in hearings on alternative punishments today. Microsoft wants a four month delay, but the case remedy hearings are currently scheduled to begin March 11th.
ProSQL 1.1.2: database management software
Intelli Innovations has released ProSQL 1.1.2, an update to its database management software which adds configurable grid lines to data browsers, support for descending list sorting, and a new SQL Dump Folder import feature which scans for and imports all SQL dump files within a specific folder to any supported. [Classic, Carbon]
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