Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Mozilla Releases Firefox 4 Beta 1

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Mozilla has announced that Firefox 4 Beta 1 is now ready to download and test.

This first version gives an early look at what’s planned for Firefox 4. Stay tuned, because there is more to come and we plan to release new beta versions every two to three weeks. Your feedback is essential to help shape the product which is why we’re launching now to hear from you early in our development process.

Windows users will notice a new look to the browser. The tabs are moved to the top and the Menu bar was replaced with a single Firefox button. These changes will be coming soon for Mac and Linux.

New Features:
● New Add-Ons Manager: gives you more space to manage your Add-Ons, Themes and Plugins. Customizing your browser has never been easier!
● HD Video: Watch hardware-accelerated, super-smooth, HD-quality HTML5 video on YouTube using the new WebM format.
● Privacy improvements: Mozilla always puts privacy first, and this latest beta fixes flaws in some Web standards that could expose your browser history.
● Crash Protection: Experience uninterrupted browsing (now available on all platforms) - when a plugin crashes or freezes, you can resume browsing by simply refreshing the page.
● Performance: We know that performance is important. In this version, we focused on improving responsiveness at start-up and during page loads. This is just the beginning for performance improvements in Firefox 4.

Under the hood:
● HTML5 Parser: Run the best Web apps of today and tomorrow – if a user's browser doesn't support HTML5, they still won’t miss out on your content.
● WebSockets: Build real-time, online interactions like gaming and chatting.
● IndexedDB: Use structured storage in your Web applications to speed them up or provide offline support.
● Web Console: Peek into dynamic websites with this experimental "Heads Up Display" analysis tool.
● Simpler Add-On Development: Authors can create Add-Ons that don't require a restart to install, develop their Add-Ons more quickly using the new powerful Jetpack SDK, and safely connect to existing libraries using js-ctypes.
● For a full list of Web technologies supported by Firefox check out our "big chart o’ features."

You can download the new beta from the link below...

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iMovie for iPhone 4 Gets Minor Update

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Apple has updated its iMovie application for the iPhone 4 to provide improved reliability and solve some minor issues.

Make beautiful HD movies anywhere with iMovie, the fun, feature-rich video editing app only for iPhone 4. Create a video postcard of your day at the beach and publish it to the web — without ever leaving your spot in the sand. Or make a movie of your child’s birthday party and send it to your parents — while the party is in full swing. With iMovie for iPhone, you can start several projects and finish them whenever you want and wherever you are.

Made for Multi-Touch.
• Tap to add or record video right into your project.
• Drag to trim the lengths of video clips and photos.
• Pinch to zoom the timeline and get a closer look.
• Slide to scrub through the video in your project.

Give it a theme.
• Choose from a selection of themes including Modern, Bright, Travel, Playful, and News.
• Each theme includes a matching set of titles and transitions – plus its own soundtrack.
• Instantly change themes or swap themed elements in your project.
• Titles and graphics automatically update with location data from your video.

Add music and photos.
• Select from included music that matches each iMovie theme, or select from your own song library.
• Enable ducking to automatically lower the volume of background music and highlight audio from video clips.
• Add photos from your own library, or take a picture and drop it into your project.
• Customize each photo with a unique “Ken Burns” panning effect.

Share your movie.
• Export your movie in one of three sizes: Medium, Large, or HD.
• Share your movie on the web in a MobileMe gallery or on YouTube.
• Send your movie to friends and family in an email or via an MMS message.
• Easily sync your movie back to your computer.

What's New In This Version:
• Improved reliability when exporting movies containing photos.
• Resolved issue with music playback within a project.
• Additional performance and reliability improvements.

You can purchase iMovie from the App Store for $4.99.

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MobileMe iDisk App is Updated With Multitasking and iPad Support

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Apple has updated the MobileMe iDisk App with multitasking and iPad support.

With MobileMe iDisk, you can view and share the files on your iDisk right from your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. (MobileMe subscription required.) 

Sign in with your MobileMe username and password and you'll see a list of the folders and files on your iDisk. Select a file to view it on your iPhone. To share a file with someone else, just tap the share icon, choose your recipients, and MobileMe iDisk will send them an email with a link to download your file directly from MobileMe. You can assign a password to keep your files secure and even limit the number of days the download will be available – all right from your iPad or iPhone.

●View files on your iDisk–including iWork, Microsoft Office, PDFs, QuickTime movies, JPEGs and more. (Files larger than 20MB may not be viewable.)
●Easily share files
●Quickly access recently viewed documents
●Access Public folders

What's New In This Version:
● Designed for both iPhone and iPad
● Multitasking support for iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS (iOS 4 required).
● Quickly switch to another app and back to iDisk
● Play audio from your iDisk while using another app
● When app is opened, the last file or directory viewed is displayed
● Option to open iDisk documents in compatible apps such as iBooks
● When sharing a file, an email can be sent from any configured email account
● The URL for a shared file can be copied and pasted
● Various stability improvements

You can download MobileMe iDisk from the App Store for free.

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Apple Missed iPhone 4 Reception Issues Due to Cleanliness? [Easy Fix]

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A post-doctoral biochemistry fellow at a leading American university has told Wired that Apple likely missed the iPhone 4's reception issues due to cleanliness.

Take a look at this email sent to Steve Jobs and a couple other Apple employees. The biochemist suggests that when engineers washed their hands before touching devices they stripped off their natural hand electrolytes and therefore didn't experience the reception issues now widely reported.

Apparently Apple can fix these issues at minimal cost by placing an electrically insulating organic hydrophobic layer atop the bare metal. This could even be performed at the Apple Store or via a simple self application kit sent to customers.

Subject: HowToFix for minimal cost — hydrophobic organic thin film layer


In truth, Apple’s explanation for iPhone 4 signal reception problem is inaccurate at best and disingenuous at worst. iPhone users are in some of the hottest and most humid parts of the country this summer and have salty, damp hands especially at events such as baseball games, barbecues, or other outdoor activities. having bare metal antennae purposely handled will absolutely short the signal. This problem will be difficult to reproduce in Apple’s labs because the engineers are required to wash their hands before touching devices, which also strips off the natural hand electrolytes that are ever-present in the field on a hot day.

Anyway, the solution is not a redesign of the phone, but rather an electrically insulating organic hydrophobic layer atop the bare metal. a variety of plastics will work, such as polyethers, polystyrenes, or nylons. you could even use the plastic labels ever-present on aluminum soda cans, which likewise have an electrically insulating effect when holding said cans. these plastic coatings can be very very thin films which do not ruin the aesthetics of the device, and would require a minimal change of your production line. More importantly, this coating in no way affects the ability to recycle the aluminum — the organic thin film layer will burn away cleanly during the aluminum remelt process. Phones that have already shipped could easily be coated with this new layer at any Apple retail store or with a simple kit you could send to your customers.

In summary, this is a problem of electrochemistry, and certainly NOT a problem of software design, nor one that can possibly be solved by a software update.

Apple needs to hire some chemists.

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BigTime 2.0 Released

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Digital Heaven has announced the release and immediate availability of BigTime 2.0, a major new version of the resizable floating timecode display for Final Cut Pro (v5, 6 and 7).

BigTime is designed for editors working with clients so they can view the current source clip or sequence timecode from across the room. The new version offers significant enhancements and new features including a new customisable HUD (head-up display) window, the ability to view timecode over the Digital Cinema Desktop Preview display and automatic launching alongside Final Cut Pro.

New features in BigTime 2.0:
* BigTime's floating timecode display is now a HUD (head-up display) window
* Additional DCDP overlay feature means you can now view timecode over the Digital Cinema Desktop Preview display
* Ability to automatically launch and quit along with Final Cut Pro
* New preferences allow comprehensive customisation of both the HUD window and the DCDP overlay display
* Remembers control surface settings in Final Cut Pro after initial setup

Pricing and availability:
BigTime is available for immediate purchase from the Digital Heaven online store for $49.00 (USD) or a $19.00 upgrade for BigTime v1.x customers. A fully featured trial version (limited to 5 minutes use) can be downloaded from the Digital Heaven website.

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On Location Video Clip Logging

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Red Lightning Software has announced the immediate availability of Shot Logger Pro, an indispensable on set logging application for professional and amateur filmmakers and videographers. Shot Logger Pro will help accurately annotate and organize all shots, bringing order and efficiency to your Final Cut Pro editing sessions.

When using Shot Logger Pro on location, a place holder clip is created at the same time the video clip is being recorded. When the clip is finished recording, annotate each shot with accurate notes, ratings, shot type, scene, and take numbers, while the shot details are fresh in your mind. Once all the clips have been shot, the filmmaker can instantly Batch Connect all the annotated place holder clips with their corresponding video clips and export all the clips and their logging information to Final Cut Pro. In Final Cut Pro, all your shots will be accurately logged and organized in the shot bin, ready to edit. Using Shot Logger Pro will save countless hours logging footage, turbo charging your editing sessions.

Batch Connect accurately matches and links each annotated place holder clip to its corresponding video clip. Once all the clips are connected, it is a simple matter to export all the clips to Final Cut Pro for editing. Batch Connect supports Canon SLR (5D, 7D, T2i, etc.), Sony XDcam, Panasonic P2, RED cameras, and other flash memory based cameras.

Shot Logger Pro offers the ability to add Real Time Markers which allow the filmmaker to mark important spots in each video clip as they happen in real time. Adding Real Time Markers as you shoot is a quick and efficient way to speed up the editing process. Ten user named markers are available to help the editor find important spots in each clip, vastly speeding up the editing workflow.

The filmmaker can create as many custom sets of Real Time Markers as needed to suit different production styles. In addition to marking spots of interest, Real Time Markers can be used to set the media in and out points for each clip allowing the filmmaker to pre-trim each clip, further optimizing the editing workflow. Pre-trimmed clips can be quickly assembled in Final Cut Pro to allow the filmmaker to view an instant rough edit of the scene that was just shot and allows the filmmaker to decide if they are ready to strike the set or if they need to shoot more.

The user will be able to watch each clip and add or remove Real Time Markers, set the media in and out points ( pre-trim the clip ), and edit all the logging information at any time. To further increase productivity, the take number for each clip will be automatically indexed if the name of the clip has not been changed.

Shot Logger Pro can be used by just a single person if a dedicated person for logging is not available. By using optional software and hardware, a single cameraman can start and stop place holder clip recording, add all ten Real Time Markers, set the media in and out points, and rate the clip. Using a Playstation 3 BlueTooth remote lets you log footage 150 feet from your Mac.

Shot Logger Pro can also log "wild" footage, run and gun footage that has been shot without being logged. Shot Logger Pro is a streamlined logging solution for wild footage. Load your wild video clips into Shot Logger Pro and log them with the speed and elegance of a tailor made logging application.

"Taking 20 seconds to log each shot right after they happen while the details of the shot are fresh in your mind will keep you organized and save countless hours of tedious logging in Final Cut Pro. This allows you to start editing as soon as you finish shooting," said Red Lightning Software CEO Ben Aein.

Shot Logger Pro features:
* Clip Logging with ratings, scene and take numbers, shot type, and comments
* Batch Connect syncs thousands of clips instantly
* Real Time Markers(TM)
* Review each clip while logging
* Export all the annotated clips to Final Cut Pro for instant editing
* Clip management - sort, delete, show in Finder, show in QT player
* Universal Application Runs on Power PC and Intel Macs

Pricing and Availability:
Shot Logger Pro is available immediately for $299 (USD). Multi-license discounts are available. Macintosh OS X 10.5+ required. Review licenses are available on request.

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Apple Working on New Language to Surpass Objective-C?

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Jesper from waffle software believes that Apple is planning a new programming language to surpass Objective-C.

After watching the eminently early and freely available WWDC 2010 session videos, I think my scales have finally tipped. It is my belief that Apple is definitely working on a new language to surpass Objective-C as their intended, primary, publicly recommended programming language, which I will call “xlang”.

He argues that this would provide Apple with a modern language with a modern environment, low-level enough to perform at the speed of Objective-C and C and thin enough to support modern amenities responsibly. Apple would be able to define their own syntax and semantics, steering the vocabulary of the language heavily towards models they’d like to use.

You can find a more in depth analysis of the possibility at the link below...

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Former Employees Talk About Working at Apple

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A few former Apple employees have responded to a Quora question that asks, "What's the internal culture of Apple like?"

The answers are definitely interesting and including this comment by Chad Little on Corporate Culture.

Apple is a pretty divided mix of typical corporate red tape and politics mixed in with startup level urgency when the direction comes from Steve. If you have a project that Steve is not involved in, it will take months of meetings to move things forward. If Steve wants it done, it's done faster than anyone thinks is humanly possible. The best way to get any cross departmental work done was to say its for Steve and you'd probably have it the same day.

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Apple Responds to Hacked App Store Accounts

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Apple has responded to an incident last weekend which saw a developer use hacked iTunes accounts to make fraudulent App Store purchases.

The developer Thuat Nguyen and his apps were removed from the App Store for violating the developer Program License Agreement, including fraudulent purchase patterns.

Developers do not receive any iTunes confidential customer data when an app is downloaded.

If your credit card or iTunes password is stolen and used on iTunes we recommend that you contact your financial institution and inquire about canceling the card and issuing a chargeback for any unauthorized transactions. We also recommend that you change your iTunes account password immediately. For more information on best practices for password security visit http://www.apple.com/support/itunes.

Don't forget to check your iTunes account to make sure it has not been compromised.

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AT&T Capping iPhone 4 Upload Speeds?

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A increasing number of people are reporting that their iPhone 4 upload speeds have dropped to around 100 kb/s, according to a MacRumors report.

Users in several dozen metro areas scattered across the country, including Boston, New York City, Washington DC, Houston, Phoenix, Las Vegas, and Seattle among others, have reported the issue. The issue does not appear to be nationwide, however, as users in a number of locations including Atlanta, Richmond, and Raleigh, as well as some customers even in markets where other users are affected, are not experiencing slow upload speeds.

A few users have been told that AT&T is experiencing data issues throughout the country so perhaps the company is limiting uploads until those issues are resolved.

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PDFpen 4.7 Adds Evernote Support

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SmileOnMyMac has released PDFpen 4.7, an update to its PDF editing software for Mac OS X. The update adds support for Evernote, the popular multi-platform memory enhancing service.

PDFpen 4.7 features a "Save to Evernote" option in the File menu, which prompts the user to login and to set the name and note title for the PDF document. For convenience, PDFpen can save the user's Evernote login to the Mac OS X Keychain.

"We are very pleased to add this valuable functionality to PDFpen," said Philip Goward, co-founder of SmileOnMyMac. "Now PDFpen users can take advantage of Evernote's excellent capabilities to store their PDFs where they can easily be accessed via web browser, iPhone and iPad."

The changes in PDFpen 4.7 have also been made in PDFpenPro 4.7, the Pro version that has the ability to create fillable PDF forms and document Table of Contents, in addition to all the features of PDFpen.

PDFpen costs $49.95. PDFpenPro costs $99.95. Family Pack licenses, which cover up to 5 computers in one household, are $74.95 for PDFpen and $129.95 for PDFpenPro. Upgrades from earlier versions are $25.00, and free to users who purchased after June 1, 2008. Upgrades from any version of PDFpen to PDFpenPro 4.X are $50.

What's new in PDFpen 4.7:
- Added "Save to Evernote" support

PDFpen features:
- Add text, images and signatures to PDF
- Correct text in original PDF with editable text blocks
- Move, resize, copy and delete images in original PDF
- Perform Optical Character Recognition (OCR) on scanned documents
- Insert and remove pages; re-order pages in a PDF by drag & drop;
combine PDFs
- Fill out and save PDF forms
- Copy and paste rich text; retain fonts and formatting when copying
from PDFs
- Select and copy text across multiple columns
- Add (and print) notes and comments
- Markup documents with highlighting, underscoring and strikethrough
- Save frequently-used images, signatures, objects and text in the
- Create cross-platform fillable PDF forms (requires PDFpenPro)
- Create and edit Table of Contents (requires PDFpenPro)
- Use with PageSender for a paperless fax turn-around solution
- Automate PDF manipulations with AppleScript
- Available in English, Japanese, German, Italian, and French

PDFpen Pricing:
Family Pack: $74.95 (Up to 5 computers in one household)
Upgrade from earlier versions of PDFpen: $25
(Free upgrade for purchases made after June 1, 2008)

PDFpenPro Pricing:
Family Pack: $129.95 (Up to 5 computers in one household)
Upgrade from earlier versions of PDFpenPro: $25
(Free upgrade for purchases made after June 1, 2008)

Upgrade from PDFpen to PDFpenPro 4.X: $50

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VideoPix Updated to Support HD Video

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SeeItWithus has announced the release of VideoPix 2.1, the much anticipated update to its iPhone frame grabbing app. With this update, VideoPix now runs on all iPhone devices (including iPhone 4) and iPod touch devices and supports frame grabbing as well as slow motion playback, frame by frame analysis of iPhone shot video clips as well as movies imported to the iPhone and iPod touch. It also allows basic photo editing of the grabbed frames including the ability to crop frames and add B/W and Sepia tints.

The ability to play video in slow motion, move single frame forward/backward at finger tap is in itself very powerful. Golfers can use it to analyze their golf swing frame-by-frame to find the imperfections. Dance lovers can analyze dance steps in detail, movie and TV lovers can screencap their favourite movies and shows, etc. iPhone 4 users now also the additional luxury to grab high resolution (1280x720) pictures with frame level accuracy by scrubbing through videos recorded by the native HD camera.

The updated version also gives iPhone/iPod touch users option to import up to 720p H.264/MPEG-4 videos into the app from their computer over local WiFi. So those using point-and-shoot cameras like Flip HD or iPod nano can directly import videos from the computer and grab stills at leisure. The app has added support for MJPEG videos (up to 1600x1200) which are the ones shot by most digital cameras.

Not only that, the app provides the ability to crop and add B/W/Sepia tints to the grabbed frames. Now these beautiful grabbed images can be sent to your friends, set as wallpapers, shown off to colleagues - the possibilities are endless. VideoPix's first version was featured by Apple in its US and Japanese app stores for an extended period of time and highyl praised by customers around the world. To date, all customer queries have been answered within 24 hours.

Supported Languages:
* US English, French, German, Italian and Japanese

Pricing and Availability:
VideoPix 2.1 is $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photography category.

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Good Progress on iPhone 4 Unlock [Update]

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MuscleNerd and Planetbeing have made good progress on the iPhone 4 unlock, according to message tweeted by MuscleNerd early this morning.

Good progress on iPhone4 unlock with @planetbeing: http://is.gd/dh2WE - injected cmd! (Akin to http://is.gd/dh2Ze on 3G)

The screenshot below shows custom application execution similar to what was achieved 2 years ago on the iPhone 3G.

Stay tuned for additional updates on the unlock progress and the upcoming jailbreak for all iOS 4 devices.

MuscleNerd: "Next step is to keep the task backgrounded like we did for 3G/3GS http://is.gd/dh7Jh. Backgrounded task is the unlock."

We've attached the video demonstrating persistent nucleus tasks in the iPhone 3G baseband SoC at the bottom of this article...

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Professional Photo Shoot With the iPhone 3GS

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Take a look at this professional photo shoot performed with the iPhone 3GS.

Lee Morris from FStoppers.com says the site keeps getting email complaints from their readers that they don't have the right equipment to create good results.

Today, I am going to prove to you that this isn't about having good camera equipment... and to prove this I am going to shoot an entire fashion shoot with the worst possible camera

Imagine what the iPhone 4 could do!

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Apple Begins Analyzing Your App Usage Data

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Apple has begun analyzing your app usage data which is now being collected to optimize iAd targeting, according to a Bloomberg report.

This information could give Apple an advantage in the mobile ad market, says Rachel Pasqua, director of mobile at marketing firm ICrossing.

"Apple knows what you’ve downloaded, how much time you spend interacting with applications and knows even what you’ve downloaded, don’t like and deleted," said Pasqua, whose clients include Toyota Motor Corp. and Mazda Motor Corp.

Relying on the music, videos and apps that customers are downloading from its iTunes, App Store and iBooks helps Apple sketch a behavioral profile that can be paired with appropriate promotional messages. On its website, Apple says its "standard targeting options" include demographics, application preferences, music passions, movie genre interests, television genre interests and location.

Companies which currently work with Apple have been impressed with their targeting capabilities. Unilever targets married men who are in their late 30s and have children. "Apple then overlays that with the iTunes information and targets quite well and quite surgically," said Rob Candelino, marketing director at Unilever.

Apple spokeswoman Trudy Miller says "the leading global brands we’re working with are developing iAds timed with their seasonal marketing campaigns, such as back to school and the holiday shopping season. We’re just taking our first few steps. We’ll work our way up to walking and running as this year progresses."

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Upcoming Comex Release Will Jailbreak All 4.0 iDevices

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MuscleNerd has announced that an upcoming comex release will jailbreak all 4.0 devices. This has freed up the iPhone Dev-Team to work on an unlock for the iPhone 4.

jailbreak for all devices at 4.0 is already handled by upcoming @comex release :) so, good time for iphone4 unlock stuff

Comex also authored the 3.1.2 and 3.1.3 userland jailbreak called Spirit. He's also recently demonstrated Frash, an upcoming release of Flash for the iPhone and iPad.

We'll let you know the moment the jailbreak is available.

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iPad Compatable Clothing

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SCOTTeVEST introduces the first jackets and vests with a pocket for the iPad!

* Both stylish and smart: a line of jackets and vests with a pocket designed specifically to hold, secure, protect - and hide - the iPad.

* Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, started out as a customer/fan of SCOTTeVEST and now sits on their Board of Advisors. He has even starred in a series of humorous videos for the company known affectionately as "Woz-i-sodes".

* With our NoBulge Pocket design SCOTTeVEST clothing does not have ugly, bulky exterior pockets - everything is sleek and stylish.

* Accommodates the iPad, almost invisibly.

* We're constantly working to be compatible with the next generation of devices.

* A patented Personal Area Network (PAN) that lets you run your earbud cables through hidden secret passages in the fabric - especially useful for iPhone/iPod/iPad owners who want to listen to music and media on the go

* A Weight Management System is engineered to evenly balance the weight of the things you carry, so you'll be even more comfortable carrying them in your pockets than in a bag.

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iPad Orders Surpass 2 Million Units in July

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Apple's monthly iPad orders have surpassed two million units for July and are expected to remain at that level in the future, according to Mingchi Kuo, senior analyst for Digitimes Research.

Apple is estimated to have outsourced 2.3-2.35 million iPads to Taiwan players in July with 58-60% for the Wi-Fi and 3G hybrid model despite Wi-Fi only models having stronger sales in the first half of 2010, Kuo noted.

DigiTimes estimated iPad orders at 1.2 million for June so it seems Apple is still seeing tremendous demand for the tablet.

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Tension Software Releases URL Extractor X 3.1

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URL Extractor X is the Cocoa application to extract emails address and URLs from files,from the web and also looking through on the net search engines. It can start form a single web page and navigate all the links inside looking for emails or urls to extract and save all on the user HD.

Allows the user to specify a list of web pages used as navigation starting points and going to other web pages using cross navigation.

Allows also to specify a series of keywords, then it searches web pages related to the keywords via search engines and start a cross navigation of the pages collecting urls.
It can navigate for hours, without user interaction in web extraction mode, and extract all the urls it find in all the web pages it surfs unattended.

URL Extractor X can also extract from a single file of from all the content of a folder on HD at any nested level. Works in background using multithreading technology, all Cocoa native.

It can save on disk, as Url Extractor X documents, all the setting used to work for a particular folder or file or web pages, to have them ready to be used the next time.
Extracted data can be saved on disk as text files

* Extracts from multiple file inside a folder, to any level of nesting (also thousand and thousand of files)
* Extracts directly from the web cross navigating web pages in background. No user action required!
* Extracts on search engines starting from keywords
* Google extraction in this release, more to come in future
* Url table for live web extraction
* Extracts web address, ftp address, email address, feed, telnet, local file url, news and generic emails
* Drag and Drop of files to process
* Uses the last cocoa multi threading technology, no legacy code inside.
* Uses a separate threading for extraction process and web navigation, no freeze during extraction, even on heavy tasks!
* Option for single domain extraction

New in this release:
* Adjustable Server Timeout loading data (in preferences)
* New functionalities via menu items and new keyboard shortcuts
* Fast Url open from extraction table
* Improved internal extraction engine
* Various bugs fix

Price for URL Extractor X is US$ 50

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