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Apple Macintosh

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The solution requires Apple Macintosh OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) or later and at least 91.3 MB of space to install.
The 2-D and 3-D drawing solution is compatible with AutoCAD versions 2.5 through 2011 as well as with all Intel chip-based Apple Macintosh systems.
Additionally, the imagePrograf iPF510, which is a replacement for imagePrograf LP17, is now compatible with Microsoft Windows 7 (32 Bit and 64 Bit) and Apple Macintosh OSX operating systems.
Dad-of-two Neal Walker, 42, of Washbrook Lane, Allesley, had battled to get the pounds 1,100 Apple Macintosh - a present for his nine-year-old son Elliot - replaced since Christmas.
This same synchronization capability works on the iPhone, iPAD, and Apple Macintosh as well.
Business services company Nuance Communications Inc (NASDAQ:NUAN) reported on Tuesday that it has acquired MacSpeech, a provider of speech recognition solutions for Apple Macintosh computers.
US business service company Nuance Communications (NASDAQ: NUAN) said today it has bought MacSpeech, a supplier of speech recognition solutions for Apple Macintosh computers.
(NYSE: MFE) announced that it has expanded its endpoint protection products for the Apple Macintosh platform.
<p>The iTrust Agent is lightweight code for either Microsoft Windows or Apple Macintosh computers that works by directing all a user's browsing activities through a DeepNines Secure Web Gateway, according to Shawn Eldridge, vice president of products and marketing at Dallas company.
John Robinson, managing director of Dimensions Studios, said: "Training is one of the most important parts of growing our business, from the receptionists to the design/ print team working at Apple Macintosh computers.
Starting in the autumn, Tesco will allow customers in the UK who purchase certain home video titles from Tesco to download "digital copy" versions of movies to their Windows-based or Apple Macintosh computers in a "virtual DVD" experience.