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Posted by iMark on 2006-04-19       Article Source : TechWeb News

The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists and the
   
Screen Actors Guild are negotiating with networks for reimbursement, according to AFTRA communications director John Hinrichs.
 
Artists represented by the unions have re-use fees in their contracts, which state that they will receive reimbursements for all uses of their performances. Since contracts cannot predict how technology and media distribution will evolve, the agreements leave room for good faith negotiations for areas that are not covered.

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Posted by iTech on 2006-04-18       Article Source : NewsFactor

Apple Computer is providing photographers with an upgrade to its digital-imaging software and sweetening the deal with a price cut and free merchandise.
 
Aperture 1.1 runs on both Intel-based and PowerPC Macs and features advanced controls for raw-image rendering and a new built-in color meter.

The update comes with a price drop, from $499 to $299, and Apple will provide the latest version at no charge for customers who bought the 1.0 release. As a further thank you

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Posted by iMark on 2006-04-16       Article Source : MacCentral

Sony Corp has released a few details about what is expected to be its first desktop PC to include a Blu-ray Disc drive.
 
The Vaio RC300-series machines will include reader/writer Blu-ray Disc drives that support single-layer 25G-byte discs or double-layer 50G-byte discs, according to information posted on the U.S. version of its Sony Style Internet shop.

They’ll be high performance computers based around an Intel Corp. Pentium D dual-core processor and include RAID 0 Serial ATA hard-disk drives, DDR2

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Posted by iMark on 2006-04-16       Article Source : MacCentral

Boston, Massachusetts-based audio software company iZotope on Thursday announced the acquisition of two virtual instruments, iDrum and pHATmatik PRO, from their creator Art Gillespie.
 
iDrum is a software drum machine designed for users of all skill levels in music production. iDrum features a 64-step sequencer for each loaded voice, drag and drop MIDI export, choke grouping, as well as level and pan control for each sound.

pHATmatik PRO is a software loop manipulation tool for music and sound design.

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Posted by iMark on 2006-04-13       Article Source : NewsFactor

Only one week has passed since Apple made its historic announcement that newly developed software called Boot Camp would enable Intel-based Mac computers to run Windows XP. But the initial wave of glee that greeted the revelation has evolved into a distinctly underwhelmed and skeptical attitude among Apple fans and media outlets.
 
The almost bitter tone runs in stark contrast to industry experts being aflutter with the news of the dual-OS functionality that would be the right of every Intel-based

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Posted by iNext on 2006-04-12       Article Source : Reuters

Apple Computer Inc. on Tuesday unveiled the third generation of its desktop management software, Apple Remote Desktop 3.
 
The company's latest software, immediately available for sale, was designed to work with the new Intel-based Macs and carries more than 50 new features that it said would improve software distribution, asset management and remote assistance.

Its suggested retail price would run at $299 for managing up to 10 systems and $499 for managing an unlimited number of systems.

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Posted by iNext on 2006-04-12   

Self-service coin counting company Coinstar has announced an expansion of its Coin to Card program. Now your loose change can be used for iTunes Music Store songs.
 
Coinstar machines — popular in grocery stores, drug stores and other retail locations — let you turn your loose change into paper currency. You dump in your change, the machine counts it up and typically feeds you a paper receipt which you can redeem for cash at a nearby cashier or register.
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Posted by inet on 2006-04-11       Article Source : MacCentral

Apple's Boot Camp beta is pregnant with possibilities for IT. Some are good -- very good, in fact. But it all comes down to how Apple will ultimately define its support of Windows.
 
Boot Camp is Apple’s official acknowledgment of what everyone already knew: A computer with an Intel chip begs to run Windows from time to time and place to place. Yes, yes, Macintosh fans feign shock and horror at the thought. But the need is real, and Apple’s

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Posted by iTech on 2006-04-10       Article Source : MacCentral

The future of Microsoft’s Virtual PC emulation software was already up in the air before Apple released Boot Camp this week. But now that Intel-based Mac users have the ability to boot directly into Windows XP, Virtual PC faces an even more uncertain future.
 
“We are continuing to work with Apple on a possible next version of Virtual PC,” said Amanda Lefebvre, marketing manager for Microsoft’s Mac Business Unit. “We still don’t have all the answers, but we are trying

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Posted by iMark on 2006-04-08       Article Source : MacCentral

Apple today introduced Boot Camp, new public-beta software for Mac OS X that lets users of Intel Macs boot directly into Microsoft Windows XP. While the move may contradict previous statements by Apple, the company said they still have no intention of fully supporting Windows on the Mac.
 
“After we released the Intel-based Macs we had a lot of customer requests asking if it’s possible to run Windows on those machines,” Brian Croll, Apple’s senior director of Software Product Marketing,

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Posted by inet on 2006-04-07   

Apple on Wednesday introduced Boot Camp, a program to allow Windows XP to run on an Intel-based Macintosh.
 
Although Windows has already been successfully booted on several Macs, the software is Apple's acknowledgement that customers are interested in dual-booting the Apple OS as well as Windows XP on tis new Intel-powered Macs.

Boot Camp will also be a feature of "Leopard," Apple's next major release of its OS X operating system that will be previewed at the Apple Worldwide

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Posted by iNext on 2006-04-06       Article Source : MacCentral

Apple and Warner Bros. announced on Tuesday announced pre-orders for the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ new double-album Stadium Arcadium. What may be more significant is a deal Apple, the band and Ticketmaster have put together to sell concert tickets for the bands U.S. tour.
 
Customers can pre-order a copy of the band’s new album for $19.90 to be downloaded on May 9 when it is released. Fans that pre-order the double album will receive a download of the new single,

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Posted by inet on 2006-04-05       Article Source : MacCentral

AmpliTube-maker IK Multimedia on Tuesday announced support for Apple’s Intel Macs. The company said that all of its products, including the popular guitar amp and effects software AmpliTube, would move to the new platform in the second quarter of 2006.
 
In addition to its completely redesigned interface, AmpliTube 2.0 also features 5 separate modules, including Tuner, Stomp, Amp Head, Miked Cabinet and Rack Effects. The software also includes 14 Preamps and EQs, 7 Power Amps, 16 Cabinets, 6 Microphones, 21

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Posted by iMark on 2006-04-05       Article Source : MacCentral

Apple on Monday released an update for Mac OS X, bringing the current version of the operating system to 10.4.6. The update addresses several issues with the Finder and networking, as well as fixing problems with some Apple and third-party applications.
 
Among the changes in Mac OS X 10.4.6, Apple fixed an issue where the operating system might stop responding when a user tries to login to a FileVault image that has been damaged. Users will now see an alert

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Posted by iNext on 2006-04-04       Article Source : eWeek

On the eve of its 30th anniversary, Apple Computer is in the middle of a major transition—moving its Mac hardware and operating system over to the Intel chip. But Apple isn't alone: this transition affects every developer of Mac software, including Apple itself.
 
As Apple moves from IBM's and Freescale's PowerPC RISC architecture to Intel processors, developers must rebuild their products to support both platforms, into what Apple calls a UB (Universal Binary). And while Apple lists over 1,000 UB

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