Marketcircle has announced an update to DayLite, a contact and sales information manager exclusively for Mac OS X. The new version incorporates a new importer for ACT! data, refined Mac OS X Address Book sync, a new manual, and many bug fixes.
ZDNet's Dan Farber is interested in the Mac again. In an article he penned earlier this week, Mr. Farber examines Apple's new product lineup and the philosophies surrounding the digital lifestyle.
Microsoft has been accused of stealing trade secrets from partner Sendo in a US court, according to Tuesday's article in The Independent. At issue is a partnership between the two companies that proved to be less faithful from the Microsoft side, according to the company bringing the suit, Sendo
IBM and AMD announced a partnership yesterday for joint development of new microprocessor technolgies, according to a Reuters story. Although details were not revealed, the new agreement is aimed at improving both AMD and IBM's competitiveness with Intel.
Apple released today QuickTime 6.1, an update to it's multimedia architecture. The download is currently available via Software Update.
While many analysts have been against Apple in recent months, yesterday's CNN/Money article recommends that people "don't bet against Apple" and explains why "now is the best time to buy the stock." With the Macworld keynote address looming, CNN points to innovation as the reason for their recommendation.
TiVo, Aspyr, and Brother all announced several new products that take advantage of Apple's Rendezvous networking technology. These products include a new TiVo service package to play music and view photos from your Mac on your TV, a new printer from Brother, and a new multiplayer game from Aspyr.
Apple has introduced a new 17" PowerBook, made of what Steve Jobs characterized as aircraft grade aluminum alloy, that we will quickly dub the AlBook. The new unit sports a 17" widescreen 16:10 display, the same display used in the 17" iMac, a 1440 x 900 resolution, built-in Bluetooth, built-in AirPort Extreme, a new wireless technology. The AlBook has a SuperDrive, and sports a 1 GHz G4. It also features backlighting on the keyboard, with automatic light sensors that turn on the backlighting when it gets dark
Apple today announced Safari, a new Web browser for Mac OS X. Based on open standards, Safari is available as a free beta download from Apple.com.
Apple today announced Keynote, a new presentation application for Mac OS X. Used by Steve Jobs for the past year, Keynote is designed to do slide shows, business presentations, and more.