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Utility controls iTunes over LAN & WAN
iHam on iRye 1.0, a set of 3 freeware applications used to control iTunes over a LAN or WAN network, has been released from StimpSoft Inc. "With iHam on iRye, you can control nearly every aspect of iTunes running on one Macintosh from any other Macintosh on your network."
Trash X 1.2 improves features
Northern Softworks has released Trash X 1.2, the fully functional shareware trashcan utility for Mac OS X. The new version makes it harder for "shreded" files to be resurrected and supports drag and drop shredding of files and folders.
Audiorevolution: iPod is \"yet another winner
Audiorevolution.com latest iPod review concludes "iPod as an audio toy has enough performance features to make it well worth the cost, despite its lower cost, non-Mac-centric competitors," although it notes shortcomings such as the headphones and lack of a sound equalizer.
Apple hypes Macworld product announcements
Apple's homepage, updated yet again, now reads: "Count the days. Count the minutes. Count on being blown away."
Simple X 1.0: new theme for OS X
X Themination has released SimpleX 1.0 described as a "much simpler theme for Mac OS X." Themination is also continuing work on ThemeShop, a theme editor for Mac OS X.
Joliet 2.0.2 fixes DVD mounting problem
Joliet Volume Access, the software for reading Windows and Unix CD's, has been updated to version 2.0.2. The "well tested and stable release" fixes problems mounting DVD's in UDF format.
Thoth 1.4.5 fixes bugs, improves interface
J.B. Moreno has released Thoth 1.4.5, the fully carbonized shareware ($25) newsreader. New in the release are numerous bug fixes and interface enhancements, including filters, easier news posting, and compatibility with UFS format disks.
Adobe inadvertently posts GoLive 6 specs
MacNN reader Martin Parretti notes that Adobe has posted a page that warns "Confidential until announce on 1/7/02," listing the system requirements for GoLive 6, which will be released next week at the Macworld Expo in San Francisco. The program will be both Classic and OS X compatible, require 96 MB of RAM, and a G3 or G4 processor.
Preview: iCES 2002
We've published an in-depth preview of the upcoming International Consumer Electronics Show, which coincides with MWSF 2002.
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