NEWS OCTOBER 09, 2001
SGI Ships SCSI Array
Entry-level model comes in around $6,000


SGI today introduced the Total Performance 900 storage system. SGI bills the SCSI-based TP900 as a high-performance entry-level disk array targeted for a broad range of applications, including digital content management and media streaming. The base configuration starts around $6,000. Read More

NEWS OCTOBER 08, 2001
Electric Rain Ships Swift 3D 2.0
3D Flash utility adds modeling features, RAViX II rendering


Electric Rain has released version 2.0 of Swift 3D. The program was the first tool available that could open 3D files and export them to the Flash format as animations using a variety of shading techniques. The initial release of version 1.0 was for Windows only, but the company later followed it up with a Mac release. Now, with version 2.0, Macintosh and Windows versions have been released simultaneously. Read More

NEWS OCTOBER 01, 2001
Cox Promises Uninterrupted Service During [email protected] Bankruptcy
[email protected] to be bought by AT&T


The announcement of [email protected]'s bankruptcy filing has left a large portion of broadband customers with some doubts as to the future of their service. [email protected] provides broadband access to cable customers through a number of cable systems, including Cox Communications. [email protected] says it will be bought out by AT&T and that the filing occurred in order to ensure continued operation during the transition. Read More

NEWS SEPTEMBER 27, 2001
SmartDisk Beefs Up FireWire Drives
New drives see price reductions, get bumps up to 100 GB


SmartDisk has revamped its line of VST FireWire drives. The new models offer increases in storage and reductions in prices. Read More

NEWS SEPTEMBER 26, 2001
QuickTime Live 2001 Rescheduled
Conference to take place February 10-14, 2002


Apple announced it has postponed QuickTime Live 2001, which was scheduled to take place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, October 8-11, 2001. The rescheduled QuickTime Live Conference will take place February 10-14, 2002 at the same venue. Read More

NEWS SEPTEMBER 24, 2001
Kensington Launches Wireless Trackball
Turbo Mouse Pro supports Mac OS X


Kensington today launched its Turbo Mouse Pro Wireless trackball. Kensington bills the device as, among other things, the first OS X-compatible wireless device. Read More

NEWS SEPTEMBER 19, 2001
StuffIt Deluxe 6.5 Comes to OS X
New version gets FTP and mail utilities


Aladdin Systems has released StuffIt Deluxe 6.5 for Mac OS X. StuffIt Deluxe is Aladdin's file compression utility for the Mac. The new version offers a number of feature enhancements and additions, including several automated processes. Read More

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