Ematic releases Genesis Prime XL tablet, runs Android
A producer of "value" tablets, Ematic, has launched the Genesis Prime XL, an Android-powered 10-inch tablet. Utilizing the Google Play store, users can access Android apps, books, movies, music and more. The Genesis Prime XL has built-in Wi-Fi, supports 1080p HD videos and features 4GB of internal storage along with 5GB of cloud storage. Available for $130, the Genesis Prime XL can be purchased at various online retailers, such as Amazon.
Free update for existing users
Mireth Technologies has updated their all-purpose audio utility program Music Man to version 4.0, adding Lion support. The program has been described as a "Swiss Army Knife" of audio utilities for the Mac, allowing users to rip from CD into a wide variety of formats -- including several not possible with iTunes -- and convert audio files from one format into another. It also offers burning and a self-contained player for audio files.