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CDS offers LCedit+ 3.0 for device control

09/04, 8:55pm

CDS offers LCedit+ 3.0 for device control

LCedit+ 3.0 is a major update to the the advanced LanBox lighting editor for Mac OS 9/X. This release adds support for the new LanBox-LCX (Euro 550) and LanBox-LCM (Euro 295) devices; includes a simple user interface; offers several new features and; can print the "cast list" in sorted order.

Snood 3.0 beta available for download

09/04, 8:35pm

Snood 3.0 beta available for download

Snood, a popular arcade-style video game, is now available for Mac OS X. Version 3.0b for Mac OS X is currently available as beta (test-only) software; a general-use version of Snood will be released following testing.

Omni initiates retail strategy

09/04, 7:55pm

Omni initiates retail strategy

Products from Mac OS X developer The Omni Group will soon be available for purchase from resellers, following a partnership between the software maker and U.S. distributor Channel Sources. Omni has also partnered with act2, an overseas distributor for European and Asian markets. Omni fans in both regions can expect to see Omni products, such as OmniWeb and OmniGraffle, on store shelves in the near future.

CMS lowers pricing on Mac backup units

09/04, 6:30pm

CMS lowers pricing on Mac backup units

CMS Peripherals today announced price reductions on its entire line of 'ABSplus' data backup solutions. Citing lower component prices, CMS was able to cut prices by as much as $210. New pricing for Mac-compatible devices is as follows: 40GB and 60GB laptop solutions are $400 and $500, respectively; 80GB and 120GB desktop solutions cost $350 and $400, respectively.

Chimera hits 0.5 in nightly builds

09/04, 6:10pm

Chimera hits 0.5 in nightly builds

Open-source Web browser Chimera has reached version 0.5 in nightly builds. Although official release notes are not available, MacNN readers report increased stability under Mac OS X 10.2, as well as improved Flash performance.

Black Lab 2.1: management suite for YDL

09/04, 4:45pm

Black Lab 2.1: management suite for YDL

Black Lab v2.1 for YDL is a cluster build and management suite for HPC clusters running Yellow Dog Linux. It offers single-click installation and configuration, automated updates through apt-get, a graphical user interface designed for both new and savvy cluster managers, control of multiple clusters, and for those who prefer --command line control. Pricing starts at $590.

Charla 1.6.3: Yahoo! chat client for OS X

09/04, 4:45pm

Charla 1.6.3: Yahoo! chat client for OS X

Charla 1.6.3 is an open source Yahoo! chat client for Mac OS X. It features full support for Personal Messages, spam and "lamer" filters and more. The update fixes bugs and adds an option to use the Metal appearance under Mac OS X 10.2 Jaguar.

Curious George Reading and Phonics for kids

09/04, 4:40pm

Curious George Reading and Phonics for kids

Knowledge Adventure has announced that Curious George Reading and Phonics, and all-new early learning CD-ROM for children ages 3-6, is now shipping. The CD includes 5 different learning games, that range from learning letters to pronunciation and reading. The price is $20.

Mail Beacon 1.5.1: app and web based email

09/04, 3:55pm

Mail Beacon 1.5.1: app and web based email

Mail Beacon 1.5.1 is an email checker and online email client that can check an unlimited number of POP3 and IMAP4 accounts. It features a built-in address book, two unique views and an easy-to-use interface. Interface enhancements and bug fixes are included in the update. [Classic, OS X]

Post.Office improves SPAM filtering, IMAP

09/04, 3:00pm

Post.Office improves SPAM filtering, IMAP

Post.Office 4.5.3 v711 is a mail server and list server for Mac OS X. The release enhances SPAM filtering and IMAP support. The new package includes sample SPAM filters, which are created using Post.Office's web-based GUI. Also included are scripts to import user account information from a range of mail servers (EIMS, SIMS, WebSTAR mail). The starter package is available for $295, and supports 100 mailboxes and 10 mailing lists; a free version is available, and is limited to 10 mailboxes and 2 mailing lists.

Apimac Note Pad 1.4.1: maintenance release

09/04, 1:55pm

Apimac Note Pad 1.4.1: maintenance release

Apimac Note Pad 1.4.1 is a maintenance update to the text editing application for both Mac OS 9 & X. It allows users to save and organize any piece of text by copy/paste, dragging or several other ways. The upgrade is free to registered users and a new license is $15. [Classic, OS X]

PubPro X2e to be availabe in late October

09/04, 1:25pm

PubPro X2e to be availabe in late October

PubPro X2e is a low cost package aimed at schools that produce newsletters or yearbooks. The FileMaker based, cross-platform, multiuser application will be available in late October with prices starting at $150.

Lasso 6 product line announced

09/04, 1:10pm

Lasso 6 product line announced

Blue World has announced the Lasso 6 product line, and update to it collection of Web application development and serving tools. The product line includes Lasso Professional 6, which serves Lasso-based data-driven sites, Lasso Studio 6, which transforms Dreamweaver and GoLive into environments for creating Lasso-based data driven sites, and Lasso Developer 6, which provides tools for runtime debugging. Lasso Professional 6 will be released later this month for $1200, while Studio 6 and Developer 6 will be available in late 2002.

MacPlay shipping Soldier of Fortune II

09/04, 12:15pm

MacPlay shipping Soldier of Fortune II

MacPlay today announced that it is shipping Soldier of Fortune II, its sequel to the first-person shooter: "Reprise the role of John Mullins: Weapons Specialist, Anti-Terrorist Mercenary, and "Military Consultant." A new and insidious threat has arisen in the form of a bio-terrorist organization and their two-pronged Gemini Virus. Now, you're off on a transcontinental mission to stop the terrorists and destroy the virus before it's unleashed on humanity." The $50 game title is available for OS X only.

CountChar 1.01: util for counting characters

09/04, 12:15pm

CountChar 1.01: util for counting characters

Nemesys Software has updated its free OS X-only utility CountChar 1.01, which can count the number of characters in a given string in any application via Mac OS X services. The update fixes a compatibility issue with Mac OS X 10.2 (Jaguar).

IDG negotiates for Boston Expo move

09/04, 11:45am

IDG negotiates for Boston Expo move

Boston convention officials will meet tomorrow with the head of IDG World Expo in an effort to bring Macworld Expo back to Boston in 2004, according a report in The Boston Globe. The Expo took place in Boston until 1998, when IDG moved the show to the Jacob Javits Center in New York City, in search of a larger convention hall. IDG is looking for 2-3 years of rent-free use, as well as discounts on electricity, catering, and other services as well as a guarantee on Boston-area hotels at no more than $150 a night, according to the report.

Panic soliciting beta testers for Transmit 2

09/04, 11:40am

Panic soliciting beta testers for Transmit 2

Panic is soliciting beta testers for Transmit 2, which it says is a "total rewrite" of its popular Macintosh FTP client, noting that only a limited number of users will be accepted to the beta testing group.

Formac announces 20.1\" UXGA LCD monitor

09/04, 11:40am

Formac announces 20.1\" UXGA LCD monitor

Formac today announced the Formac gallery 2010, a 20.1" flat panel display with Fujitsu's Multi-Domain Vertical Alignment (MVA) Premium technology. It features a high-definition UXGA resolution of 1,600x1,200 pixels (equivalent to a 23-inch CRT) and is equipped with ADC or DVI interface as well as offers 250 cd/m2 brightness, a 500:1 contrast ratio, and a pixel response time of 25ms. The display has a clear enclosure and a silver-painted bezel, an ultra-slim desktop footprint and a flexible hinge design to adjust the viewing angle. It is expected to ship at the end of the month for $1,700 and the company is taking pre-orders now.

Nikon debuts 4MP Coolpix 4300 digital camera

09/04, 9:55am

Nikon debuts 4MP Coolpix 4300 digital camera

Nikon last week introduced its pocket-sized Nikon Coolpix 4300, based on its Nikon Coolpix 885 camera. It features a 4.0 effective Megapixel CCD and 3x optical zoom-Nikkor lens in "a compact, sleek intelligent design." It weighs under 8 ounces (without battery and CompactFlash card) and offers advanced settings for metering, focus, noise suppression, white balance, and flash and shutter speeds (ranging from 1/1000 to 8 seconds). It also features a Best Shot Selector, which automatically chooses the sharpest among multiple images within the camera's buffer. The camera is compatible with the optional Nikon Telephoto, Wide-angle and Fisheye Converter Lenses and Slide Copy Adaptor. It will be available at the end of the month for $500.

PowerMail 4.01 adds Mail export option

09/04, 9:55am

PowerMail 4.01 adds Mail export option

CTM's PowerMail 4.01 update to its $50 email client brings a Mail export option, a new button to conveniently retrieve partially-fetched POP3 messages, automatic smart-encoding of HTML attachments, and improved text message import.

Epson announces wide format printer

09/04, 9:45am

Epson announces wide format printer

Epson today announced a new wide format printer: the Stylus Pro 10600, which offers high-speed performance and media handling along with a wider choice of professional inks, including Epson's UltraChrome ink.

AfterTen updates WeatherMan Extras

09/04, 9:35am

AfterTen updates WeatherMan Extras

AfterTen today updated its WeatherManX Extras suite: WeatherManX.menu 2.2 (requires Menu Enabler 1.0), its OS X menu bar weather application and its weather screen saver, WeatherMan.saver 1.1--both of which download real-time weather data over the Internet. A registration fee of $5, required after the 10-day demo, covers both programs.

Adobe fights to use ITC fonts in e-documents

09/04, 8:45am

Adobe fights to use ITC fonts in e-documents

Adobe yesterday announced it has asked a U.S. District Court for declaratory relief to resolve a contractual dispute over embedding ITC fonts in electronic documents and says it also filing an arbitration proceeding in London seeking affirmation of the same contractual rights with respect to Monotype fonts. In its press release, Adobe says it attempted to resolve this matter informally with Monotype and ITC, but was unsuccessful. Adobe has also asked the court to declare that Adobe's Acrobat product does not violate certain provisions of the Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA) as claimed by ITC and Agfa Monotype, which it believes are "being made to gain ITC and Agfa leverage in the contractual disputes."

PopChar X gets Unicode, Jaguar support

09/04, 8:35am

PopChar X gets Unicode, Jaguar support

ergonis today released PopChar X 1.3, a Mac OS X version of the popular PopChar Pro font utility that displays a pop-up menu of all available font characters. Version 1.3 improves Unicode support and Jaguar compatibility.

Apple offers DV bundle promo in UK

09/04, 8:30am

Apple offers DV bundle promo in UK

Apple UK is offering a free bundle of Commotion and Deck along with the a 200 mail-in rebate on purchases of Final Cut Pro and DVD Studio Pro, according Macworld UK.

Installer VISE 8.01 updated for Jaguar

09/04, 8:20am

Installer VISE 8.01 updated for Jaguar

MindVision's Installer VISE 8.0.1 is a maintenance release to its developer installation tool with "changes designed specifically to support installs on Apple's Mac OS X v10.2 (Jaguar)."

PinPoint 2.0: cursor enhancement util for OSX

09/04, 8:15am

PinPoint 2.0: cursor enhancement util for OSX

PinPoint 2.0 is a cursor enhancement tool for Mac OS X. Version 2.0 brings the new Preference Pane format, Drag and Drop pointer support, multi-color pointer support, and other features.

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