Barcode Producer, the barcode design utility, has been updated with an ISBN check digitl calculator, trim masks and other enhancements.
Epson's new "micro-business" scanner is aimed at small businesses and home users.
Workamajig, the Web-based CRM software for ad agencies, has improved Safari 4 support and made changes to improve iPhone access in the latest release.
Hitachi has introduced a new LCD projector for classrooms and boardrooms with 3,000 lumens brightness and 2000:1 contrast ratio.
Computerworld's Dan Turner contrasts Apple's recently quarterly earnings announcement with the bleaker news from Microsoft and finds that the results say a lot about how the two companies go about their business.
MacPractice has revamped the interface of its iPhone Interface tool and made other changes in the 2.0 release.
Lexmark has introduced an accessory for its T654 laser printer to help print RFID tags for easier inventory tracking.
OfficeTime, the time tracking software, now features iCal synchronization, customizable invoices and other changes.
Elements CRM provides the framework necessary for a company to manage customer relationships using a Mac-friendly system.
iBank Mobile is the iPhone companion app to iBank for the Mac, however, it also works on its own.
Canon has introduced the LV-7275, a new projector aimed at classrooms and boardrooms.
SPSS has announced the release of PASW Statistics 18, a new version of its statistical analysis software.
Jumsoft has released five new Pages template packages as part of its new Expert series, designed for a full range of documents.
What's Goin Down 2.0 is a new version of the iPhone TCP server monitoring tool, now with a new user interface and expanded capabilities.
MacProxy lets you surf anonymously by routing all your Mac's Internet traffic through a Web proxy server, even if individual apps don't support proxies.
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