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updated 06:25 pm EDT, Mon June 1, 2009

Alertec price reductions

In brief: is now shiping its first software package, with a savings of approximately $200. The bundle is available for $50 and includes nine applications such as HoudahSpot, iPrint and CoverStream. EDUmobile has announced a new course for iPhone developers that teaches beginner- and intermediate-level concepts. The course can last up to 12 weeks and costs $200. Meanwhile, Alertec has announced price reductions across its line of flash memory duplicators.

MacEase Software has announced that its first software bundle is now now available on The website, created by MacEase Software and Kagi, aims to offer customers great values while still giving developers a high percentage of the revenue. The new bundle features a selection of award-winning programs including Cover Stream, Default Folder X, DragThing, GraphicConverter, HoudahSpot, iPrint, Mariner Write, and Spell Catcher X. The bundle is available for $50, a savings of approximately $200. Customers can also purchase multiple copies of the bundle and save an additional $5 on each unit. The bundle can be purchased from the website and will be available until June 14th.

A new online iPhone Development Course has been launched by EDUmobile. The course includes a mixture of online video, PDF documents, one-on-one sessions and weekly worksheets for teaching beginner- and intermediate-level concepts. The course is offered once a week and can last from 4 to 12 weeks depending on the developer's past experience in programming. The total cost for the classes is $200, which covers everything needed including access to a remote Mac computer for those who only have a Windows PC. Once finished, students are also offered an opportunity to co-publish their self-developed iPhone applications with EDUmobile and still receive 80% of all profits generated by the app.

Alertec is now offering price reductions of up to 26-percent on its line of USB flash drive and memory card duplicators. The 1:27 USB Copy Tower SA and the 1:11 USB Copy Tower SA standalone flash-drive duplicators are capable of copying, comparing and erasing 27 or 11 flash drives, respectively, without requiring a computer. The new estimated retail prices for these devices are $3,675, $1,159. The 1:21 USB Flash Drive Copy Cruiser is a computer-connected device that is capable of duplicating up 21 USB flash drives simultaneously, while the 1:6 Flash Memory Card Copy Cruiser can duplicate up to 6 flash memory cards at once. Both of these products carry a new estimated retail price of $839.

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