SAN FRANCISCO -- At this week's Macworld Expo, Verbatim introduced their Speaker Keyboard for Mac, a Mac keyboard that is more than just a keyboard, and the Store 'n' Go Micro USB Drive, which offers both storage and security. Crystal Moore, Corporate Marketing Manager, gave us an overview of these new products.
John F. Braun tours Macworld Conference & Expo on Day 2 of the show. In this photo gallery, we have the Delorean, Apple's booth, a really big VU meter...and much more!
SAN FRANCISCO -- EMC Corporation has released a public Beta of version 8.0 of Retrospect, its backup ad recovery software that the company says is positioned between Time Machine and enterprise-level solutions. The new software consists of several different components that work around a reengineered engine called the Retrospect server, which can, for example, back up two computers while restoring a third.
SAN FRANCISCO -- REAL Software announced at Macworld that REAL Server 2009 will be released in 2009. Featuring a re-engineered, event-based asynchronous architecture, the new version of their cross-platform, multi-user database server will also offer: Multi Version Concurrency Control, which eliminates transaction locking; and support for external plug-ins, including all standard SQLite extensions.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Livescribe is at this week's Macworld Expo showing off Livescribe Desktop 1.0 for Mac, software the transfers notes and audio recordings captured with its Pulse smartpen to a computer. Pulse captures handwriting while simultaneously recording audio, syncing the two so that users can tap on text to replay what was recorded at the moment they wrote it.
Verbatim and Lexar on Wednesday introduced three new flash storage options: Verbatim, which is in attendance at this week's Macworld Expo, debuted a new line of Store 'n' Go Micro USB drives while Lexar introduced new JumpDrive USB flash drives and teamed up with Kodak to introduce new high-capacity SDHC Video Memory Cards.
As Apple’s Phil Schiller delivered yesterday’s keynote address at Macworld Conference and Expo, the company may have been trying to deliver the message that it didn’t need Macworld anymore. But what I took away from seeing the “Steve-less” keynote was that the company could do just fine without Steve Jobs.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Accessory and storage company LaCie introduced its 2big Quadra external hard drive on Tuesday at Macworld Expo. The new two-bay RAID drive includes up to three terabytes of capacity for backup and storage use. The drive incorporates four RAID modes and transmits data at nearly 165MB/s via an eSATA port.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Microsoft's Macintosh Business Unit (MBU) announced at this week's Macworld Expo that Office for Mac will soon see some improvements, including support for SharePoint Products and Technologies and Office Live Workspace as well as support for Exchange Web Services (EWS) in Entourage.
CAD and visual effects software maker Autodesk has released three new Mac OS X applications aimed at those who work in media and entertainment: Autodesk Toxik procedural compositing software, Autodesk Mudbox digital sculpting and texture painting software, and Autodesk ImageModeler image-based modeling and photogrammetry software.
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