- 25 January, 2000 12:01
SAN FRANCISCO (01/25/2000) - RIP Mac Fusion After more than a year of silence about the fate of NetObjects Fusion for the Mac, NetObjects Inc. (888/449-6400, http://www.netobjects.com) has announced it will no longer develop a Mac version of the Web-authoring program.
The programs may be the same but the names have changed. Corel Corp.
(800/772-6735, http://www.corel.com) has acquired rights to Ultimatte KnockOut, a $99 masking program that works with native Adobe Photoshop files. ScanSoft Inc. (978/977-2000, http://www.scansoft.com), which recently acquired the rights to MetaCreations Corp.'s consumer software products, is offering Kai's Photo Soap 2, SuperGoo, and Power Show in a single $50 package known as PhotoFactory.
Hewlett-Packard Co. (800/552-8500, http://www.hp.com) has added Mac compatibility to its HP 2500CM Professional Series color ink-jet printer. The printer, aimed at workgroups, includes Adobe PostScript 3 drivers.
Smith Micro Software (949/362-5800, http://www.smithmicro.com) has announced HotFax MessageCenter Pro, a voice-messaging system for the Mac. Users can manage telephone calls and voice messages, taking advantage of multiple voice mailboxes and fax-on-demand capabilities.