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Tuesday, February 8, 2000


Adobe Debuts Acrobat InProduction
Adobe Systems on Tuesday debuted Acrobat InProduction 1.0, which comprises five key Acrobat plug-ins for PDF print production.

New Features In FreeHand 9
With FreeHand 9, the latest version of Macromedia's professional illustration software, the company has improved integration with its Flash 4 vector-animation program while adding numerous other features aimed at print and Web designers.

4 Years Ago: Apple To Go It Alone
Apple said new CEO Gil Amelio's first priority is to put the company back on a solid growth track, not be distracted with merger and sale issues.


Graphics And Game Play
by Low End Mac
The debat has existed for years: How important are graphics to games?

Where The Heck Is Netscape?
by The Mac Observer
While I like to see Internet Explorer's steady improvement, I don't like the idea of it holding a monopoly.

Sound And Vision
by MacCentral
Frankly, if I were the project manager of a company's speech product, my people would come to work one day and discover that there were now only three keyboards to be shared among the thirty computers in the office.


AppleWorks 6.0
by MacUser UK
AppleWorks 6 looks very differnt to previous versions, and has some new tricks up its sleeve. There are useful changes to many existing features, and the new Presentation module wil eliminate the need for Microsoft Office even further.

Madden 2000
All Mac owning sports fans need to get their hands on this game.

$129 Desktop Video Camera Solutions
by MacNN
The Kritter USB is clearly the better camera and a more practical solution for PowerBook users, but the two cameras that Ariston includes with their iSee-U2 bundle along with the excellent CU-SeeMe software (a $70 value) is hard to resist.


Tuesday, February 8, 2000
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Installing Windows 98 can kill you...

Heard this somewhere... Do you know what's the next version of Windows CE going to be called? Windows Mini-me.


Can Linux Kill Off Microsoft?
by The Sunday Times
Is Windows 2000 really necessary? For now, perhaps. But there is already a huge queue of people ready to bury it alive once its time has passed.

New Windows Me Expected In May
Microsoft's next consumer operting system, dubbed Windows Me, could debut as early as May 26, according to a new report.

Now It's Corel Vs. Microsoft
by Reuters
Michael Cowpland has made a $1.07 billion bet that Linux technology will revitalize his software firm's fortunes.

Computer Makers Gear Up For Windows 2000
It's a week before Microsoft officially launches Windows 2000, but that isn't stopping Hewlett-Packard and other PC makers from releasing new computers running the operating system.

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