Not everyone will need this app, which uses the built-in accelerometer to turn your iPhone or iPod touch into a vibration spectrum analyzer. But if you're an engineer, mechanic, or software developer, Vibration gives you an accurate, easy-to-use tool.
PCalc 1.6, arriving on the App Store Monday, has been built for this week's iPhone 3.0 update, adding support for copy and paste to the calculator app.
Maker Faire is a two-day do-it-yourself tech and craft fest held in the Bay Area. We paid a visit to the fourth annual event and took note of all the Mac- and Apple-based exhibits on display.
CrystalMaker, used to visualize crystals and molecules, now works in 3D, using good old-fashioned red-blue glasses.
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.