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Autodesk will announce on Aug. 31 the planned release of AutoCAD for Mac, a native version of the company's professional design and engineering software built to run natively on Mac OS X, and the first version of AutoCAD for an Apple platform since George H. W. Bush was in the
Perhaps, just perhaps, there is a glimmer of hope for iPhone 3G users who made the mistake of “upgrading” their devices to iOS 4. U.K. technology news site The Register is reporting that an unnamed, unhappy 3G owner e-mailed Apple CEO Steve Jobs over the weekend to kvetch about the
Microsoft announced today that the next version of Office for Mac would be available in a little over two months. That's good. Unlike the Windows version of Office, Office for Mac 2011 will only be offered as a 32-bit application suite. That's bad. It will include a full-blown version of
My lab colleague Andrew Garcia handed me one of his test mobile phones and as a result, on October 23 I’ll be saying goodbye to AT&T and my iPhone 3G in that order. I’ll likely being saying “hello” to Sprint and an HTC EVO. I’m fed up with four years
Rove Mobile today announced Rove Gateway + Apps, new server and client side software designed to lower the upfront price point in order to attract more customers to Rove Mobile's outstanding set of enterprise management tools for mobile devices.
This week, I’m spending some quality time with Symplified’s SinglePoint Universal SSO (quick, say that five fimes, fast!); it’s a relatively simple-to-grasp single sign-on package that doesn’t use server-side agents or desktop clients. SinglePoint works with SAML 1.1 or 2.0 applications, and...
The promised update for iOS 4 that was expected to deliver more accurate displays of signal strength arrived today, and after some good old-fashioned TBWA*, I think it's safe to say the bars that represent the signal finally bear some relationship to reality. But all this release does is apply