TechXNY 2002 – Wrap-up

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Date: Thursday, June 27th, 2002, 09:00
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Update on OS X and UMAX Scanners

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Date: Thursday, June 27th, 2002, 04:41
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Mac Lovers and Sushi

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Date: Thursday, June 27th, 2002, 00:00
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A Call to Arms – Distributed.net RC5 Challenge

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Date: Wednesday, June 26th, 2002, 16:16
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OpenOffice Update: Not Ready for Prime-Time . . . Yet

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Date: Wednesday, June 26th, 2002, 10:43
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Snub Macs, Demo to PCs: Adobe at PC Expo/DV Expo

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Date: Wednesday, June 26th, 2002, 05:20
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X Apps: Powerful Audio Processing on the Cheap

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Date: Wednesday, June 26th, 2002, 02:38
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“What’s the best audio editing application for OS X?” It’s a question I get a lot. After all, basic editing is something everyone from beginners to pros has to do, from journalists editing recordings of interviews to musicians wanting to edit MP3s. Peak from BIAS has long been a favorite choice, and their low-end app Peak LE is just US$99, or US$69 educational. But if you’re on a really tight budget, the latest offerings from TC Works are even more appealing, and from US$/EUR49.95 to free, the price is right for all OS X users, even audio newcomers! Click ‘read more’ for the full story.

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Redmond vs. Open Source: Let the Office Wars Begin!

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Date: Wednesday, June 26th, 2002, 01:18
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Microsoft has left itself wide open to competition from the open source movement. By leveraging its monopoly position, Microsoft has elevated the price of its Microsoft Office productivity software into uncharted territory and is now pushing a very aggressive licensing scheme that should sour even its most conservative and loyal customers. It would seem that any software company with a good enough product could sell an office productivity package for about a third of the cost. At about the same as the cost of an Office upgrade or annual licensing fee, this is not good enough to overcome the de-facto standard that Office has set throughout the corporate world. Enter Open Office. It’s FREE and it uses the same document formats as Office. Did I mention that it was FREE? (Click read more for the full story.)

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Phone Phreaks: More on Kyocera Palm-Based Smart Phone

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Date: Tuesday, June 25th, 2002, 21:53
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MWNY 02: Party Line Preview

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Date: Tuesday, June 25th, 2002, 11:25
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