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TidBITS#581/21-May-01

One benefit of Mac OS X’s Unix underpinnings is the capability to run industrial-strength relational databases, and Jonathan Rentzsch examines some database products which may take Mac OS X into the fast lane. Also, Matt Neuburg reviews Copernican Technologies’ Boswell text snippet archiver. In the news, Apple starts installing Mac OS X on new machines and we note Apple’s first retail stores, the return of OnStream tape drives, and updates to Mac OS X Server, FileMaker Pro 5.5 and BBEdit 6.1.2.

Mark H. Anbinder No comments

The Flatter the Better

The Flatter the Better -- Everyone expects traditional cathode ray tube (CRT) monitors to go the way of the dinosaurs eventually, but that day may come sooner rather than later thanks to Apple's introduction of a 17-inch version of its stunning flat-panel Studio Display

Geoff Duncan No comments

BBEdit 6.1.2 Update Available

BBEdit 6.1.2 Update Available -- Bare Bones Software has released a free update for its popular text and HTML editor BBEdit. BBEdit 6.1.2 offers improved performance under Mac OS X, compatibility with a wider range of FTP servers, and support for previewing Web documents using OmniWeb, a Cocoa-based Web browser for Mac OS X

Jeff Carlson No comments

OnStream Back in the Flow

OnStream Back in the Flow -- Less than two months after the company declared bankruptcy, the assets and intellectual property of OnStream Inc. have been acquired by the newly formed Netherlands-based OnStream Data B.V

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TenBITS/21-May-01

In addition to announcing the 17-inch flat-panel display at its World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Jose, Apple took the wraps off Mac OS X Server 10 and has begun shipping Mac OS X on new Macs. Mac OS X Now Shipping on New Machines -- Apple has announced that as of 21-May-01, it has begun shipping Mac OS X pre-installed on all new Macs, roughly two months ahead of its previously announced schedule