Retrospect 8.1 is available for PowerPC Macs and improves performance on Intel systems, and it's a free update for 8.0 users.
Bookseller Barnes & Noble is making AT&T Wi-Fi access free at all of its bookstore locations, part of its effort to promote its new e-book store, which launched this month.
Beyond the Sword is the second expansion pack for Civilization IV and the largest in Civ history.
Aspyr is producing a Mac and PC conversion of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, to be released this fall.
WD has upped its Scorpio Blue notebook hard drive line to a 1TB model.
ProKit, the frameworks that underlies Apple's pro applications like Logic Studio, Final Cut Studio and Aperture, has been updated to version 5.0.
Runtime Revolution has introduced RevMedia 4.0, a new Web-based programming environment.
Disney Interactive will release an Alice in Wonderland game based on the new movie for several platforms including the iPhone. The Mac, however, is not on the list.
Apple is no longer going after a wiki publishing site for offering links to an iTunes reverse-engineering project, and in return the EFF has dropped its countersuit against Apple.
Blizzard Entertainment is making a Warcraft film, and Sam Raimi of Spider-Man and The Evil Dead has been hired to direct.
NomaDesk has released a Mac version of its collaboration software for workgroups.
BRU Server 2.0 is backup software aimed at businesses; the new release sports a redesigned interface, optional encrpytion and other features.
Dymo has introduced a new series of label printers that output at up to 71 labels per minute.
Navigon has released its navigation software for the iPhone for North America, for $70.
Apple COO Tim Cook says that even without a netbook or iPhone-based tablet computer in Apple's product line, the company's on track with its laptop strategy.