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Realbasic has added new features in the latest version to make development easier for its users.
Nvidia is acquiring Ageia, maker of the PhysX engine.
Torque Game Builder, the 2D game engine for Mac, Windows and Xbox 360, has been updated with new features.
Google Toolbox is a new open source code drop for developers from Google's Mac Team, containing sample code.
Nokia has offered to buy Trolltech, the Norwegian developer of a widely used application framework, for 844 million Norwegian kroner (US$153 million) in cash. Nokia hopes the Trolltech development team will give its own software efforts a boost.
LightWorks 7.8 focuses on improvements in accuracy, performance and ease-of-use for lighting, global illumination, tone mapping and gamma correction.
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.
Bare Bones Software has updated BBEdit, its popular HTML and text editor, and Super Get Info. Both apps get changes to how they work in Leopard.
Google has many products available for desktop and mobile users, but until today there wasn’t a specific area for Mac users to find products made just for them.
Intel on Wednesday upgraded several of its suite of tools, adding support for Mac OS X Leopard.
REALbasic, the cross-platform development software from REAL Software, has been updated with Leopard compatibility, among its 100 other changes.
Google released the Android SDK and announced it will award up to $10 million in prizes to developers.
Ray Robertson will be leading two free two-hour seminars to teach Adobe InDesign CS3 users how to automate workflows using AppleScript.
Unity, the 3D game engine enables Mac programmers to make multiplatform games, has been updated to 2.0.1 and adds Leopard support.
We wrap up our look at what's new with OS X 10.5 by examining the changes to Terminal, X11, and Disk Utility.