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Apple 60GB iPod Announcement Leaks

Toshiba hard drive manager officially confirmed a new 1.8-inch hard drive with a 60GB capacity would soon be in full production and that Apple had committed to buying the drive. The report clearly puts Apple in a difficult position to deny a new, higher-capacity iPod is coming and harks back Read more…

By MacOPZ, ago

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Maya 4.5 Review for Mac OS X

This new version is as full of wonderful functionality as its predecessors but also brings the product family to OS X; this version has all the features of the 4.5 product on other platforms. If you had a previous release, then this upgrade is a must. If you are new Read more…

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Review: Mailsmith 2 for OS X

Bare Bones — with its reputation for listening to customers’ suggestions and wishes — has made this latest version of Mailsmith so well attuned to the way most of us use email that the ease and fluency with which all its tasks are accomplished are breathtakingly good. Yes, there are already Read more…

By MacOPZ, ago

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cWord and icExcel Review

By either dragging the document you receive from a PC or Mac Office user onto the icWord or icExcel icon in the Mac Finder or running either utility in the usual way and opening the alien document from icWord’s or icExcel’s own menus, you can view, print, copy to paste Read more…

By MacOPZ, ago

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Extensis pxl SmartScale Review

A Photoshop plug-in, it makes simple and painless the often-needed task of scaling graphics up or down in size with minimal loss of detail. It does this from within the most common graphic-manipulation software or as a stand alone program. Since it preserves color and brightness data without the need Read more…

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Review: Toast 8 Titanium

The Toast series of products from Roxio, now a division of Sonic Solutions, has long been the market leader for managing and burning digital media. But with basic burning functionality built into OS X, there have to be compelling reasons for paying nearly $100 ($80 for an upgrade). Under most Read more…

By MacOPZ, ago

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Review: FileMaker Pro 9

The emphasis of the FileMaker product range has slowly but discernibly shifted in recent versions away from a small-scale, self-contained database system towards a database management system with its own way of doing such things as serving web pages and working in a client-server environment. It’s also moved towards fuller Read more…

By MacOPZ, ago