Iomega settles suit Iomega is settling its lawsuit regarding Zip drives and the infamous "Click of Death." In a PDF document outlining the settlement, sent to at least some Zip drive owners, Iomega: "denies any liability or wrongdoing which is alleged in the Complaint, but has decided to enter into this settlement in order avoid the costs and burdens associated with continuing the litigation." Compensation ranges from $10 to $40 towards the purchase of a new … Read more
Adobe unveils 'Network Publishing' vision at Seybold keynote Maccentral has coverage of Adobe CEO Bruce Chizen's Seybold keynote, where he laid out his vision for the future of publishing, which is lead by the PDF format.
Canon S600 inkjet printer Canon has released its new S600 inkjet printer, which they claim can print an 8x10 photo on plain paper in 90 seconds. More info is available on their Web site.
This weekend at the QuickTime movie trailers This week's crop includes "Heartbreakers," "Spy Kids," "Final Fantasy," "Blow," "15 Minutes," "Enemy at the Gates," "The Score," "Memento," "Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon,&… Read more
Bar Code Pro 4.0 is UPC code labeling software. This release offers the ability to add Web addresses to bar code graphics, add additional text attached to bar code symbols, and use Veribar for readability verification. It also is compatible with Mac OS 8.5 through 9.1 and the latest versions of Photoshop, InDesign, Freehand, Illustrator, Postscript, Quark and PageMaker. Hundreds of Drop-ins and symbology< variations have been added.
GoLive 5 & 4th Dimension 4D SA, publishers of the 4th … Read more
Opera 5.0tp2 is a "tech preview" of this next generation Web browser.
CNET reports that Apple is not following the trend of other computer hardware companies, with February notebook sales up 31 percent over last year. The article states that "Titanium alone accounted for 16 percent of Apple computer sales."