Mac News Briefs: BenVista releases PhotoZoom Pro 3 photo enlarger

BenVista's PhotoZoom Pro 3 improves its interpolation algorithm for bigger enlargements and adds multi-processor support. Also, LaCie began selling its 12big Rack systems, and Art Text was updated.

iPhoto 8.0.4 fixes crashing bug, corrects location names

A minor update to iPhoto '09 fixes a rare crashing bug, and corrects references to a few points of interest and location names that were labeled incorrectly.

MacBook Pro firmware update adjusts fan behavior

An SMC firmware update for 15- and 17-inch MacBook Pro models adjusts fan behavior when running under high workloads.

Apple releases iWork '09 9.0.2 update

Update to iWork '09 fixes issues related to saving documents and playing presentations.

Variable pricing gets really variable

New track from Phish breaks the rules for iTunes' variable pricing.

Roxio releases Easy VHS to DVD for Mac video digitizer

Easy VHS to DVD for Mac is a hardware and software combo that lets you convert and preserve analog video.

Apple changes its mind, accepts Eucalyptus app

After initially rejecting the Eucalyptus e-book reader for the iPhone, Apple has spoken to the developer and allowed the app onto the App Store.

Cartier sues Apple for trademark infringement

A lawsuit by Cartier contends that Apple is infringing on its trademarks by hosting the Fake Watch app on the company's App Store.

Epson announces four new inkjet all-in-one printers

Epson has added four new inkjet printers to it Stylus NX series of all-in-ones.

Apple, others, sued over Shazam app

In a filing earlier this week, Tune Hunter has accused Apple and several other companies of patent infringement over its music identification system.

Adobe fixes security holes in Acrobat, Reader

Following up on a promise made last week, Adobe on Tuesday updated its Acrobat and Reader apps with security fixes.

Tiger gets security updates

Apple on Tuesday addressed a number of security issues for those using OS X 10.4 Tiger.

Sorenson launches Sorenson 360 video delivery network

Sorenson Media on Monday launched a new service to deliver high-quality video hosting.

Apple: All new apps must work with iPhone 3.0

Apple sent out an e-mail to iPhone developers Thursday, telling them that all new apps submitted to the App Store must work with the upcoming version of the iPhone OS.

Report: FTC probing Apple/Google ties

The New York Times is reporting that the Federal Trade Commission is investigating whether ties between Apple's and Google's boards of directors violates antitrust laws.