Update: Several readers noted that AppleInsider is gone because its domain registration expired as of August 16. Whether this is intentional (and thus means AI is gone for good) or an oversight (that will soon be corrected) is still unclear. The site is still accessible via its numeric IP address. The last update is dated June 21 and it states … Read more
REALbasic 3.5 is out. New features in this MacFixIt Toolbox Award-winning utility include Microsoft Office Automation, RbScript, a 3D engine, a regular expression engine, a new tips window, and much more.
AirPort gateway to a wireless world Apple has posted a page listing different locations where PowerBook users can acquire AirPort (802.11) networks. The article begins: "Don't leave home without your Apple AirPort … Read more
Egghead to file for bankruptcy A cnet.com article states: "E-tail pioneer Egghead.com is filing for bankruptcy protection and is selling its assets to retail chain Fry's Electronics, Egghead announced Wednesday."
The IBM ViaVoice support site has been updated, including an updated FAQ has been updated.
The Ultimate Streaming Seminar Dale Sorenson will present several two-day seminars of intensive training covering MPEG, QuickTime, Real Media and Windows Media solutions for both video on demand and live streaming. The seminar will feature solutions from Apple, Media100, Microsoft, Real Networks and Sorenson Media, including Cleaner 5, Cleaner Live, Sorenson Broadcaster and Live Channel. Dates and details.
Totally Hip Software Acquires ici Media David B. Dicaire, President &… Read more
IOGEAR introduces USB 2.0 hub IOGEAR's USB 2.0 hub GUH204 supports Mac OS X or greater. It comes equipped with a standard three-year warranty, one USB 2.0 A to B cable and DC5V 2.6A power adapter.
ATI introduces RADEON 8500 It and features 64MB of double data rate memory, digital flat panel (DVI) support as well as dual … Read more
Web sites prey on rivals' stores From CNet: "A growing number of online companies are ambushing competitors through software that puts ads where marketers want them most -- in front of customers visiting rival Web sites. It's called getting "Gatored," after one of the most popular applications underlying it, and some Web sites are out to restrict the practice." More.… Read more