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Searchme on App Store
Searchme, Inc. has released Searchme 1.0, a new iPhone app that provides an internet search engine with a user interface designed specifically for the iPhone and iPod touch. The app presents users with stacks of web pages that can be flipped through after a search and can be expanded with finger touches, without requiring the iPhone to open the pages in a web browser. When a user finds the results they want, they then double-tap to load the page.
Photo Brush at App Store
Bobby Cronkhite Software has launched Photo Brush 1.0, new photo enhancement software for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The new software allows users to customize photos using brush symbols applied by touch movements. The software works with photos captured by the iPhone and photos loaded in the photo library of an iPhone or iPod touch.
Impressario for Director11
Integration New Media has released Impressario, an Xtra extension PDF utility for Adobe Director 11. The software allows users to integrate PDF files into Director movies, even behind other objects. Personalized proposals, data sheets, or custom presentations can be created from within Director, based on templates built in Acrobat or LiveCycle Designer. Original page layouts and fonts are preserved, including the in-line graphics, text wrapping, and columns. Users can also produce customized graphical interface buttons, or add automatic scrollbars and bookmarks.
QuickPWN v2.2 available
Just days after Apple released its iPhone 2.2 Software update, it has been jailbroken by QuickPWN.com's developer team. QuickPWN has released QuickPWN 2.2 for both Mac and Windows users, free to download from the website. The software allows users to jailbreak the iPhone or iPod touch updated to the latest v2.2.
Flip Mino HD Review
Conventional wisdom would have had Pure Digital's Flip camcorders wash out because of their limited features, but it's precisely this which has led them to seemingly overthrow the budget camcorder market. Their dead-simple controls and narrow focus have made them ideal for a generation growing up on YouTube and video blogging. The Flip Mino HD promises to do the same for high-definition video and with even simpler editing. But does it live up to this promise? We find out in our full review.
Sans Digital has unveiled its latest RAID storage device, the 4-bay MR4UT enclosure. A RAID controller and 400MB per second I/O processor are integrated into the housing, eliminating the need for separate hardware or drivers. Users can configure the drives as RAID 0, 1, 0+1, 3, 5 or JBOD arrays, with the option to keep one drive as a hot spare to be used if an active drive fails. The HDD trays support 3.5-inch hot-swappable SATA I and SATA II drives, with write speeds claimed to reach 210MB per second and write speeds of 170MB per second via eSATA connections, with lower speeds when using the USB 2.0 interface.
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