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Lithium Console 5 beta
Lithium Corp has launched a beta version of Lithium Console 5, a set of network, server and storage monitoring applications. Lithium provides support for industry standard SNMP and proprietary monitoring protocols, such as those used by Apple's Xserve, Xsan, and Xserve RAID devices. The beta version offers improved incident reporting and e-mail alerts, a new Module Builder application for creating device modules using third-party SNMP MIBs, and the ability to view network, server and storage monitoring data from Lithium Touch on the iPhone and iPod touch.
T-Mobile lists new iPhones
Indications of new iPhone hardware have surfaced on the Dutch T-Mobile activity system, according to iPhoneclub. The Dutch website says multiple tipsters have noticed the addition of new iPhones into the T-Mobile phone catalog, with at least one source providing an alleged screenshot. The image of the catalog lists both black and white models with 16GB and 32GB capacities, as well as two entries identified as "iPhone 2009 (NTB)" and "iPhone 3G 8GB Black V2." iPhoneclub suggests the images confirm T-Mobile will have exclusive rights to sell the iPhone in the Netherlands.
Vaughn S. Cordero of VSC/Macsupport has released a new version of the iPhone backup-browsing utility, MobileSyncBrowser 3.0. The software is used to keep a local copy of the information contained in the iPhone's SMS and Notes applications, as well as the recent call history. In the latest upgrade, compatibility has been added for the upcoming iPhone OS 3.0. Support for iTunes 8.2 has also been improved, providing both new and enhanced previews, along with better performance and stability. Available localizations now include US English, German, French and Spanish.
Jump, Presto 1.1 released
app4mac has updated two of its programs, Jump 1.1 and Presto 1.1. The latter is used to instantly type frequently-used phrases, and adds new features such as automatic date updates and text insertion. The update also enables abbreviation improvements, including import and export capabilities, while providing an impression of the abbreviations list.
NimbleKit SDK 1.3 released
Bezel Blaster iPhone kit
RadTech has released the Bezel Blaster polishing package. The product is used to remove scratches on the back panel or bevel of an iPhone. The package consists of two parts, a 1500-grit refining pad that removes scratches and an Optex polishing cloth used to clean the iPhone before and after removing scratches.
MagnetBoard Keynote theme
KeynotePro has released a new presentation theme for Keynote '09, MagnetBoard. The theme consists of various whole-framed and mixed-element layouts. The theme includes Freeform Master templates that enable users to create their own slide layouts using the included Supplemental Objects library. The MagnetBoard theme is available in 3 editions that feature a variety of of master templates and screen sizes.
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