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Pixelmator looks like a possible Photoshop competitor with a pretty slick UI and is based on Apple’s Core Image technology. It’s supposed to take advantage of GPU-powered image editing, so your video card can handles some of the processing and frees up your CPU for other tasks. It doesn’t look like it will be available until late July 2006, but with a $59 price tag, it could be hard to pass up. We’ll have to see how it compares to Photoshop CS3, though it looks they share many comparable features. (via Daring Fireball)

Buying a Mac?

If you’re disheartened by the prospects of a new OS from Microsoft, but you’re under the impression that that damn Apple company updates their products too often, here’s a couple of sites that keep track of Apple’s product cycles and offer recommendations that may prevent you from screaming in agony when your “brand new” laptop gets updated next Tuesday: http://buyersguide.macrumors.com/ http://mactactic.com/

Apple Pro

The redesigned Apple Pro section offers a wealth of information from the many industries that Apple products affect. See who is changing the industry and what products their using, or find some tips from other professionals.