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Mathematica Home Edition is a version of Wolfram's analytic software licensed for personal use.
Onset Computer's HOBOware Pro software is now available in downloadable trial version.
Mathematica 7.0 continues the tradition of the past 20 years—each version sets a new standard for scientific and technical computing innovation.
Wolfram Research has released Mathematica 7, a new version of its computing software for science and engineering.
For this update, Maple has chosen to build on its strengths as a pedagogical tool and to strengthen its ties to the engineering and technical-computing arenas.
MathType 6 is now available. The new version of the equation editing software features Universal binary support and works in Leopard.
Onset Computer has developed a barometric sensor for its HOBO U30 Remote Monitoring System
Brain Fitness Program Classic, a brain-training app developed by neuroscientists, is now available for Mac OS X.
Apple addressed 70 issues with the release of Mac OS X 10.5.3, including fixes for Mail, iChat and Spaces.
Onset Computer is offering a free bulk export tool for users of its Hobo data logging devices.
Onset Computer's new U14 data logger is Mac compatible, and records temperature and relative humidity.
Rob Griffiths and Dan Frakes both detailed what they like—and don’t like—about Leopard, after spending a couple months using it. Now Dan Moren weighs in with his take on the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Now that Rob Griffiths been using Leopard for a while, what does he think? Do the features that looked great at first glance really work? Here’s his second look at OS X 10.5.
If you asked Macworld’s editors which new Leopard features have pleasantly surprised them most, Spaces would likely be near the top of the list. Here are a few of the tricks and tips we’ve learned for using Spaces—along with Exposé and Dashboard—as efficiently as possible.
Learn a couple ways to simplify the task of assigning programs to Leopard's Spaces.