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Are you wondering what events and products are making the news at Expo? Read below for summaries of Expo-related news. We will be updating this page continuously throughout Thursday, July 18, 2002.

Last Updated: 1:05 p.m PDT, Thursday, July 18, 2002.

iListen to OS X: MacSpeech, the Mac only speech recognition company, previewed a version of iListen that works on both Mac OS X and Mac OS 9 and as a new dictation-only product for Mac OS X called iDictate. Click here to read more.

Show Floor Special: Gideon Software is bundling a multifunctional dock and Finder enhancer, a menu bar and a Dock-based Launcher in a package available to Macworld New York attendees. Click here to read more.

We Like Them, We Really Like Them: Macworld released its list of Best of Show winners today. Click here to read more.

Meet Pop-pop: Ambrosia Software, Inc. has released Pop-Pop, a combination of Arkanoid and Street Fighter that features arcade action with a networkable combat mode. Click here to read more.

Radeon Debuts New High-end Graphics Product: ATI Technologies, Inc. today announced its Radeon 9700 -- a new high-end graphics product designed to replace the Radeon 8500 as ATI's flagship system. The new product's goal is to render cinema-quality 3D graphics. Click here to read more.

Ten for X: Aladdin bundled together ten utilties, including Gnutella client app LimeWire and system utility iClean 5.0, for sale at Expo. Click here to read more.

You've Gotta Be You: OS X users who want to personalize and customize their desktop quickly and easily can do so with Xpression, and application that uses a drag-and-drop architecture to enable its users to customize desktop themes. Click here to read more.

Six Colors, One Print: Epson announced the Stylus Photo 960, a printer which uses use a six-color separate ink cartridge system to produce "dotless" photo quality with smooth gradations for prints that are indistinguishable from traditional photos. Click here to learn more.

No BIAS Against OS X: Berkley Integrated Audio Software (BIAS) showed its line of professional audio-production software, and announced that all its products -- which include digital video-editing tool Peak 3.1, multitrack recording application Deck 3.5 and graphic VST-control tool Vbox -- are now optimized for OS X. Click here to read more.

Digital Art Hits the Highway: Procreate, a division of Corel focused on products for creative professionals, kicked off its North American Digitalism Tour at this week's Macworld Conference & Expo. The tour is the world's first mobile interactive experience of computer generated art. Click here to read more.

Moving Space and Time: Meeting Maker announced a migration services program for organizations who are dissatisfied with Lotus Notes, Microsoft Exchange, Steltor Corporate Time, Teamsoft TeamAgenda, PowerOn Now-Up-To-Date, and others. Click here to read more.

QuickTime for Databases: FrontBase has as hextended Apple's open source QuickTime Streaming Server to allow the server to retrieve movie data directly from FrontBase Relational Database Server 3.5, and send it faster than via the filesystem. Click here to learn more.

OS X Sees DayLite -- or Vice-Versa: DayLite Group Edition, a contact and customer relationship management application, is now available for OS X. Click here to learn more.

Two New Scanners: SmartDisk Corp. announced the availability of two Mac- and Windows-compatible film scanners for making film negatives and slide digitization, the SmartScan 2700 for consumers/prosumers and the SmartScan 3600 for professionals. Click here to read more.

OS X Sees Stars: Space Holdings Software is showing a pre-release version of Starry Night X, an application that can model the night sky from anywhere on earth, at any date or time. Click here to read more.

Clean Streams Coming This Fall: Cleaner 6 for Mac OS X, a tool for creating streaming video and audio for multimedia and the Web, will be available later this fall. The application is optimized for OS X: it takes advantage of memory protection and preemptive multi-tasking. Click here to read more.

Watching Your Mac on Television: iTView Mac converts the desktop to a standard TV signal that can be displayed on any NTSC or PAL TV, projector, plasma or recorded to a VCR. Plus, it includes a software interface to allow direct control from any Power Mac G3 or G4 system. Click here to read more.

Putting Pictures and Words Together: Bibliographic management software Endnote, now upgraded to its sixth version, is now the first bibliographic software system to manage more than text entries. Click here to read more.

eZediaQTI Previewed: The cross platform QuickTime authoring and animation environment can be used to combine and enhance video, graphics, animation, sound, VRs and text. Click here to learn more.

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