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MWSF Expo reported for AEC professionals
Architosh has a second report on Macworld Expo for AEC (architecture/engineering/construction) professionals and news of a possible port of ProEngineer to Mac OS X.
Business Week: \'OS X: Think Too Different\'
D'Arcy Norman notes Business Week Online's article titled OS X: Think Too Different: "Charles Haddad just posted a story on MacOSX, and how developers are avoiding it like the plague. He describes the MWSF keynote, given by an unknown 'black-shirted presenter', as a failure, not capturing the interest...
MWSF 2001: Photo Essay IV
Our Macworld Expo San Francisco coverage concludes with a final Photo Essay that takes a look at FWB, harman/kardon, Imation, MacAlly, MCE, iRez, Netopia, and Digital Playground.
Roundup: Cro-Mag Rally 1.0.7 and more
Yesterday Pangea Software released Cro-Mag Rally 1.0.7, id Software's Graeme Devine provided an update on the status of the Altivec-enabled build of Quake III: Arena and Quicksilver Software posted their latest Developer Diary for Master of Orion III. We published MWSF 2001: Photo Essay II which covers...
Apple: MWSF Games Wrap-Up
Apple summarizes the Gaming Area at this year's Macworld Expo San Francisco with "2001: A Gaming Odyssey". The article highlights the games which appeared and were announced at the show while also offering a short video of some games being displayed including Escape from Monkey Island, Summoner and Majesty:...
MWSF Photo Essay II
We have published the second of our Macworld Expo San Francisco Photo Essays which covers the gaming companies present at the show: Aspyr Media, Bunch Media, Game Studios, Graphic Simulations Corporation, MacPlay and MacSoft.
Roundup: MWSF Photo Galleries and more
Yesterday we published three new Macworld Expo San Francisco photo galleries, Sorenson announced the upcoming beta release of the Sorenson MPEG-4 codec, Akamai revealed that Apple's keynote webcast for this year's Macworld Expo San Francisco captured the largest audience for a live webcast, Apple celebrated...
MWSF Keynote was largest streaming event ever
Apple's Keynote Webcast this week at the Expo was the largest number of concurrent viewers for a scheduled, live Webcast. "According to Akamai, the company that serves the live streams for Apple's QuickTime TV, at its peak the keynote had 35,407 simultaneous viewers accessing 5.3 gigabits per second...
Epson demos wireless printing at MWSF
Epson (booth #1007) is demonstrating wireless Ethernet printing at the Macworld Expo using its new Epson wireless print server, which enables Epson's networkable ink jet printers to wirelessly connect to local area networks using the IEEE-802.11b protocol. The demo uses a PowerBook equipped with an...
Custer\'s Corner MWSF Journal Debuts
Custer's Corner has been updated with a journal detailing the daily adventures of Macworld Expo San Francisco 2001. The journal will be updated throughout the week.
wKiosk Manager and Browser at MWSF
French company wKiosk today introduced two new products: wKiosk Manager 1.0, due in February, allows you to secure a point of internet installed in public places, providing full screen mode, a customizable navigation bar, restricted browsing, and statistics management. wKiosk Browser 1.0, due this summer,...
MWSF: Photo Essay I
We have a posted the first in a series of Macworld Expo photo essays that take a look at several companies exhibiting at the show. This report covers Apple, Aladdin, Connectix, Intego, Iomega, LaCie, and Roxio.
WebSTAR 4.4 beta at MWSF, due this week
4D, Inc. is showcasing WebSTAR Server Suite 4.4 Beta at its booth at Macworld Expo. Version 4.4 Public Beta features 4th Dimension relational database integration, support for Tomcat's JSP and Java Servlet services, a customizable Web interface for WebSTAR Mail and built-in FlexMail support for...
Aspyr\'s MWSF Presence
Aspyr Media's most popular game on the show floor at Macworld Expo San Francisco is Escape from Monkey Island, the 3D adventure game developed by LucasArts and now in the late alpha stage of development. Mac developer Westlake Interactive was able to implement sound and music late last week, and items...
REALbasic enters beta, demoed at MWSF
REAL Software is demonstrating REALbasic 3, which runs on Mac OS X, as well as earlier operating systems. The new version, which recently entered beta testing, offers an improved IDE, Mac OS X support and enhanced Windows compiling. The software is $150 for the Standard Edition and $350 for the...
Jukebox, Jukebox Plus updated for MWSF
MusicMatch (booth #1547) is exhibiting and demonstrating its new beta of version 2.0Jukebox and Jukebox Plus for the Mac at Macworld. The beta software offers an enhanced "AutoDJ" feature and new song tagging. The Plus version offers new CD burning capabilities, a graphic equalizer and line-in...
MacSoft selling Rogue Spear at MWSF
MacSoft will be selling the company's Mac game products from the show floor at Macworld Expo San Francisco beginning later today. Many of the products are being sold at discounted prices including the debut release of Rogue Spear, which includes expansion pack Urban Operations, for $35.
enote for Mac debuts at MWSF
Informal Software (booth #1029) is introducing and demonstrating enote for the Macintosh, a $50 software that transforms stylus-based, handheld devices into peripherals for the Mac. The software allows for the electronic creation of freehand drawings, and to mark up graphics and digital photographs...
MWSF Keynote Teaser
MacNN will be covering the announcements made during the Macworld Expo San Francisco 2001 Keynote, presented by Apple CEO Steve Jobs, on a minute-by-minute basis. We will be providing games coverage from the expo and related reports.
mBase demos InteliCat Publishing at MWSF
mBase is demonstrating its InteliCat Publishing solution this week at Macworld Expo in booth #4354. The APS software is for the production of catalogs that allows seamless integration between automated print publishing, online eCommerce, CD-ROM eCommerce, Touch screen Kiosks and wireless technology.
ArtMatic Pro to debut at MWSF
At Macworld, U & I Software will introduce and demonstrate ArtMatic Pro, a $180 application for creating digital art, including fractals, pictures, textures, and animations, as well as sound. New to the Pro version is keyframe-based animation, graphics and sound synthesis functions, structure editing,...
Small business accounting, management on OS X
MYOB will be demonstrating a Mac OS X version of its small business accounting software, AccountEdge next week at MWSF. A free update to the Carbonized version of AccountEdge will be available to all registered users soon after the release of OS X and MYOB is promising a "seamless" QuickBooks...
4D v6.7 for Mac OS X at MWSF
Following an earlier announcement of WebSTAR Server Suite 5 for Mac OS X, 4D, Inc. today announced that it will demonstrate 4D v6.7 on Mac OS X next week at Macworld Expo: "...our goal for current 4D users to be able to seamlessly port applications from earlier versions to Mac OS X without needing...
Connectix to debut DoubleTalk at MWSF
At Macworld Expo next week, Connectix will introduce DoubleTalk, an application that allows Mac users to access Windows networks and printers. Where DoubleTalk differs from competing products, Connectix claims, is with its tight Mac integration (networks are accessed via the Chooser) and ease of use...
Preview 2 of iView Media Pro 1.0 available
Release 2 of iView Media Pro 1.0, a Carbonized and improved version of iView's popular multimedia organizer which will be officially introduced next week at MWSF, is now available online for purchase or as a fully functional demo. iView Multimedia users will receive a discount when upgrading (not...
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