The viewer allows users to view DWG files created by AutoDesk, AutoCAD, AutoCAD LT and other CAD applications.
Quark Interactive Designer 1.0.2, used by designers to create Flash layouts for the Web without having to code, is a free update for existing users.
In addition to adding features built around Apple's recent OS X 10.5 update, iBank 3 also will include iBank for iPhone, a Web-based application that allows users to enter transactions via Apple's smartphone.
The latest product frrom IntelliScanner features a barcode reader and software for cataloging business inventory, assets, and media.
The updated Luna X2, compatible with any iPod that has a dock connector, now lets users set dual alarms that include iPod tracks, radio stations, and buzzers.
PDF2Office Professional from Recosoft ships in March. The PDF to Word conversion software is now Leopard compatible and adds tons of new features.
LightSpeed, the point of sale system that uses a Mac as the register, is implementing touch screen support in a new version.
TextWrangler 2.3 introduces built-in support for the Lua programming language as well as improvements to the Disk Browser workflow.
Chris Barylic's pictures from the opening day of Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco.
LightWorks 7.8 focuses on improvements in accuracy, performance and ease-of-use for lighting, global illumination, tone mapping and gamma correction.
The SeriTek 5-Bay SATA Port Multiplier enclosure can hold up to five hot-swappable Serial ATA drives, each with a transfer rate up to three gigabits per second.
Phlink 4 adds call-screening and talking caller ID on top of a revamped interface, while Geophoto 2 will make it easier for users of the image-sharing application to position photos on a 3-D map of the Earth.
One of the most heavily requested features according to developer Real Software, introspection is the ability to examine an object to determine what it is, what it knows, and what it's capable of doing. It will appear in REALBasic 2008 Release 1 when that software ships in February.
Flix Publishing 2.0 lets users encode and publish video through a browser-based interface.
From across the country, Macworld reports on the scene from the iPhone launch at various Apple Stores.