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Mozilla 1.1 beta posted

07/22, 11:30pm

Mozilla 1.1 beta posted

Mozilla 1.1b is an incremental update to the open-source Web browser that builds on the recent 1.1 'alpha' release. This version includes improved Arabic support, bug fixes related to English text boxes on Hebrew pages, major updates to the JavaScript Debugger and improved site compatibility and rendering.

Roosevelt Field Mall photos

07/22, 8:15pm

Roosevelt Field Mall photos

LIMac has posted 15 photographs from the grand opening of Long Island's first Apple retail store at the Roosevelt Field Mall.

Son of Weather Grok, Cram Session updates

07/22, 7:40pm

Son of Weather Grok, Cram Session updates

Bains Software today announced two key software updates to its shareware utilities. Son of Weather Grok 4.2 is an update to the popular desktop weather program that adds a "new forecast" feature, a ZIP-code based query function and various bug fixes. Cram Session 1.1 updates Bains SW's "highly-customizable" memorization and study tool to include customizable typefaces, a new "quiz" mode, interface enhancements and percentage grading.

Miglia intros SCSI drive case upgrade

07/22, 7:25pm

Miglia intros SCSI drive case upgrade

Miglia today announced its Catalyst ATA/FW Kit for the Mac platform. The kit enables users to retrofit external SCSI drive cases with the latest Oxford 911 FireWire bridge board technology. A removable front plate allows an easy installation in older SCSI cases that have Centronics-type connectors. The kit ships with an ATA/FireWire bridge board (with master/slave support), an ATA cable with three connectors, power and a 6/6 FireWire cable for $90.

KickOff 2002 soccer game released for Mac

07/22, 6:00pm

KickOff 2002 soccer game released for Mac

Virtual Programming today announced the release of KickOff 2002, a new version of its British Football (soccer) game for the Mac. KickOff has sold over 3.5 million copies over the past twelve years. The 29.95 game "throws the player head first into the pace and excitement of international soccer" with standard FIFA ratings, 204 teams and single- or dual-player gameplay. Virtual Programming's other hit releases on the Macintosh include Wipeout2097.

Keynote stream draws 50,000 viewers

07/22, 4:55pm

Keynote stream draws 50,000 viewers

Apple delivered the first ever large-scale MPEG-4 stream to 25,000 people last week, with the Webcast of Steve Jobs' Expo keynote. The event was simulcast in both QuickTime 5 and QuickTime 6 (MPEG-4) to a total of 50,000 viewers; Apple released QuickTime 6 just a day ahead of the keynote speech. "It's exciting that MPEG-4 is immediately taking off as the new industry standard for delivering high-quality video and audio," said Larry Horn, MPEG-LA's vice president of Licensing.

Apple Shake 2.5 for Mac OS X coming in August

07/22, 3:40pm

Apple Shake 2.5 for Mac OS X coming in August

Apple today announced Shake 2.5, the first reincarnation of Nothing Real software, since it purchased the effects company, and the first release of the industry-leading compositing and visual effects software for Mac OS X. Shake 2.5 is scheduled to be available in August for Mac OS X 10.2 -- at a suggested retail price of $4,950 -- and for Linux, IRIX and Windows for $9,900. Yearly maintenance for Mac OS X and Linux, IRIX and Windows is $1,200 and $1,485, respectively.

Creative, e.Digital debut MP3 music players

07/22, 2:00pm

Creative, e.Digital debut MP3 music players

Creative today rolled out its "most radical" MP3 player to date, with the introduction of the Nomad MuVo. The new versatile device is small enough to fit on a key chain, while packing 128MB of RAM ($170). The MuVo sports a unique two-piece design for easy connectivity, as illustrated on Creative's Web site. Debuting this fall, e.Digital's Odyssey 1000 packs a 20GB hard drive and 16MB of anti-skip RAM for $350. The Odyssey 1000 borrows from some of the interface and industrial design characteristics of Apple's iPod. Both devices are Mac-compatible.

Kaydara launches MotionBuilder 4.0

07/22, 1:30pm

Kaydara launches MotionBuilder 4.0

Kaydara today launched MotionBuilder 4.0, a significant update to its 3D character animation suite. Version 4.0 offers an enhanced interface with drag-and-drop functionality, a substantial performance increase, automatic character rigging and improved lip sync and facial animation. MotionBuilder will be available this fall for Mac OS X, priced at $3,500.

Apple Store coming to Philadelphia

07/22, 12:10pm

Apple Store coming to Philadelphia

Apple is seemingly bringing a new Apple Store to King of Prussia in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as indicated by a recent job posting. Apple's employment opportunities Web site seeks a store manager.

ArcaneWare\'s SaleBoat manages sales

07/22, 12:00pm

ArcaneWare\'s SaleBoat manages sales

Recent start-up ArcaneWare has announced the release of its latest Mac OS X application for the organization of business sales. SaleBoat organizes a business' sales into months of the year with a flexible database system. The $20 application helps manage shareware and other subscription services by tying data such as serial numbers to customer names and phone numbers.

Gaming news: Warcraft III, Bungie co-founder

07/22, 11:55am

Gaming news: Warcraft III, Bungie co-founder

Gaming news: Blizzard Entertainment's Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos has surpassed 1 million units sold worldwide, according to EDI sell-through, with more than 4.4 million units of the game shipped to retail stores; Bungie co-founder Alexander Seropian announced today that he would leave the gaming giant to persue his family life.

.Mac transition woes

07/22, 11:05am

.Mac transition woes

The transition to Apple's new .Mac email/Web service may be off to a shaky start, as several .Mac trial users and subscribers describe problems with the service. Some Apple Discussion Forum members note that Webmail has stopped working for their respective accounts, while several others report mail server errors. A MacNN reader wrote Sunday that 10-15 messages had disappaeared from his temporary iTools account, despite being far short of the 5MB limit.

Tech: InDesign training, ILM and Dell, more

07/22, 9:55am

Tech: InDesign training, ILM and Dell, more

Morning Tech news: Adobe today announced that CompUSA has made its InDesign 2.0 software available at nearly 220 CompUSA stores nationwide, CompUSA will also offer free InDesign training throughout its network of training centers; Industrial Light and Magic has switched from using SGI Unix workstations to Intel-based Dell systems running Linux for the majority of its animation and special effects work (ILM switched to Macs for some tasks this year); in a bid to curb any potential media player monopolization by Microsoft, RealNetworks is expected to announce a new version of its software that supports formats from Microsoft's Windows Media Player [free registration req'd].

SimpleDialog 1.1 adds field validation

07/22, 9:35am

SimpleDialog 1.1 adds field validation

24U SimpleDialog Plug-In 1.1 is an update to the popular $24 plug-in for FileMaker Pro, used to generate dialog boxes that contain text, password fields, check boxes, radio buttons and pop-up menus. Version 1.1 adds validation capabilities to text fields, such as credit card number, social security number and social insurance number validation.

Reader: iPods now ship with 1 year warranty

07/22, 8:55am

Reader: iPods now ship with 1 year warranty

MacNN reader Tom Price notes that all "new iPods carry a one-year warranty according to the Apple Store (store.apple.com). Most likely this is a subtle response to the FireWire interface failure that began to show up on older iPods, and started a one-price hardware exchange policy for those who suffered from it." Apple says it will charge for a shipping and handling after the first six months.

Adobe announces Premiere 6.5 DV app

07/22, 8:50am

Adobe announces Premiere 6.5 DV app

Adobe today announced Premiere 6.5, an update to its digital video editing software that adds real-time preview functions, new hardware support, more audio tools and the Adobe Title Designer, which has more than 100 pre-designed templates and typographical controls, including outlined text, leading and kerning and more than 90 high-quality Adobe fonts. It also features integration with iDVD and DVD Studio Pro to export MPEG2 files from the Adobe Premiere timeline as well as royalty-free audio and TC Works SparkLE, a 2 track stereo audio editor. Upgrades to the $550 application are $150. It is expected ship in the third quarter for both Classic and OS X.

Willow Design intros new eMac Carry Case

07/22, 8:40am

Willow Design intros new eMac Carry Case

Willow Design has released its new 17" eMac carrying case. The 10.4 lb-case features 1/2" foam and corrugated plastic reinforcement on the four upper sides and 1/4" hardboard and foam reinforcement on the bottom and back and is secured by 4-inch wide velcroed elastic. A special rigid padded panel protects the screen while the mouse and keyboard fit into mesh pockets attached to the lid. It is $235.

UnCoverIt 1.4.2 supports iTunes 3 playlists

07/22, 8:30am

UnCoverIt 1.4.2 supports iTunes 3 playlists

UnCoverIt 1.4.2, an update to the shareware ($10) application that automatically generates labels for different kinds of storage medias, now supports the new iTunes 3 exported playlist format, improves the recognition of AIFF files and lets users delete tracks from audio covers.

Blackmagic Design releases Kona SD v2.0

07/22, 8:25am

Blackmagic Design releases Kona SD v2.0

Blackmagic Design has released Kona SD v2.0, a software update for the Kona SD, its uncompressed QuickTime card designed for both high-end editing, and broadcast design. Version 2.0 includes a DV bridge for real-time instant playback of DV edits to the SDI video output, full resolution high quality JPEG online capture and playback, Adobe After Effects preview output, new high-quality 64-bit RGB codec, YUV native rendering, and full compatibility with OS X 10.2.

Multi-camera security software in beta

07/22, 8:20am

Multi-camera security software in beta

Ben Bird has released SecuritySpy 1.0b1, a beta test of his new multi-camera video surveillance software that works with any Mac compatible video input device, offers view/capture from multiple cameras simultaneously, can capture images/movies based on motion detection, supports compression, has the ability to upload images to remote locations via FTP, and can time-stamp images. A single camera license is $50; a 4-camera license is $100; and unlimited use is $200. [Classic, OSX]

SwordfishExpress 1.0 for USPS labels

07/22, 8:15am

SwordfishExpress 1.0 for USPS labels

SwordfishExpress 1.0 is a freeware Cocoa application that integrates with the United States Postal Service to generate Delivery and Signature Confirmation barcode labels. The application can save users up to fifty cents per package shipped and standardizes addresses into the format preferred by the U.S. Postal Service.

MacNN: Jaguar Roundup

07/22, 1:05am

MacNN: Jaguar Roundup

We've posted a roundup of interesting highlights from the Jaguar Mac OS X 10.2 release. Included are screenshots from the Macworld New York show floor. Other Expo coverage includes...

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