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Apps: Cyberduck, Skeleton Key, 4D Agenda...
Cyberduck 2.1b5 is an open-source Cocoa-based SFTP and FTP browser with support for multiple servers, site bookmarks, drag & drop uploads, Finder-like file functions, and other features. It adds HTTP support, default application preferences, and other changes. [1.2MB]
Spectral Class has released an update to Skeleton Key 2.0b, its utility to open programs as the root user without having to use the command line. This update offers a new version checking feature as well as bug fixes and stability enhancements. [62KB]
4D Agenda 1.16 is a plugin for 4th Dimension that allows users to visualize Calendar events in a day, week and month view. Users can drag events to different locations within the calendar and create calendars for multiple users. All views in 4D agenda are printable in full color or black and white. [250KB]
Shrook 1.3 is a $20 RSS reader that tracks read and updated items and automatically checks channels for updates. It offers synchronization with shrook.com to track folders, channels, their settings accross different computers. It also adds support for Apple's WebKit technology and an export to iPod functions. [760KB]
The freeware Saft 3.0 adds full-screen browsing and kiosk mode to Safari. It adds Kiosk mode, an option to open URLs in tabs instead of new windows, an option for an auto show menu bar, and option to enable/disable Saft contextual menu. [210KB]
Feral ships Warrior Kings game title
Feral Interactive announced that it is now shipping Warrior Kings, its realtime strategy game. Feral said that over 20,000 Mac users have downloaded the demo: "Warrior Kings is a massive medieval-fantasy real time 3D strategy game. Seize the destiny of the young king Artos and immerse yourself into an epic adventure composed of 22 different missions with 3 different paths. Build massive-devastating armies composed of hundreds of units chosen from over 60 different type of units. Your armies move in real military formations and take advantage of realistic 3D terrains." It runs on Mac OS 9/X, supports GameRanger for multiplayer games, and is available in English, French, German and Italian.
Apple cuts 17\" PowerBook prices in Europe
Apple has cut prices on the 17" PowerBook G4 in some parts of Europe, according to MacGadget: "Apple cut the price on the 17 inch PowerBook G4 today in Germany, Austria and the Switzerland. In Germany, the price of the 17 inch PowerBook G4 was cut by 300 to 3710 Euro. In Austria, the new price for the 17 inch PowerBook G4 is 3840 Euro (formerly 4200 Euro). In the Switzerland, Apple cut the price by 200 Franken to 5199 Franken."
iTMS coming to Australia by end of this year
The Age reports that Apple will create an Australian localized version of the iTunes Music Store by Christmas of this year: "Australia should have its first by Christmas. It is likely it will be a local version of the successful Apple iMusic Store, which operates only in North America. Locally, Telstra is working on a licensing deal with at least one record company."
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