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AIA delivers all new AIA Contracts Documents software solution as SaaS (software as a service) with new Web-based ACD5 for Mac and Windows platforms
FileMaker announces new FileMaker 13 Platform with new WebDirect technologies, making it incredibly easy to develop and deploy custom business solutions that link desktops, devices and the Web back to a central server
Apple provides details on new Mac Pro, ships in December
PCalc 3.8 for Mac OS X is not just some new calculator app. It’s been with the Mac for 20 years and has an interesting history. Even Steve Jobs tried it out!
Nemetschek bim+ is the future of the Internet-based building industry, company has open platform in beta and is now open for sign-up
Industry-standards Khronos Group announces new standards and development of WebGL format for advancing 3D on the web
Mac version of MasterSpec coming this fall
Software innovator Graphisoft will dedicate statue to Steve Jobs in Budapest next week
The American Institute of Architect discusses its upcoming AIA Contract Documents Web Based software with Architosh. The new software as a service (SaaS) model will bring new changes to the AIA and will put Mac users on an equal playing field for the first time with Windows-based colleagues
McDwiff on iPad supports the native viewing of Autodesk DWF files. For architects and engineers who are fans of DWF this allows them to bring their files into the field on the popular iPad
Will developers like Autodesk support Apple on ARM if they move their Mac platform? These and other issues need to be discussed in the latest rumor about Apple, OS X and ARM
Here are some interesting vector drawing tools for the Mac
Sun Angle software by Sustainable by Design of Seattle
Autodesk AutoCAD for Mac now available in Australia and New Zealand
Apple’s holiday quarter was quite astounding and in this article we take a look at some interesting insights.
Autodesk updated AutoCAD WS with several new features, including the ability to create blocks directly in shared AutoCAD WS drawings.
Mac CAD and 3D News: We have tidbits on SolidWorks’ new SolidWorks 2011 website, notes on our Mac-SolidWorks coverage and Dosch products that are new; plus a tidbit on a very engaging discussion on BIM at BIM Experts at LinkedIn.
VisualARQ introduced as new architectural modeling extension for Rhino. Mac OS X version aimed at Rhino 5.
Apple’s Mac units continue to climb at a healthy rate, but the iPad is having an affect, just not a big one yet.
Autodesk has produced high-quality (TV ad) worthy 60-second long video of AutoCAD 2011 for the Mac.
Autodesk announces a native Mac OS X version of its flagship application AutoCAD, plus Autodesk WS for iOS.
Autodesk appears serious about releasing AutoCAD for Mac. The rumors have spilled over to screenshots. But we think its more than rumors and screen shots this time.
Autodesk AutoCAD 2011 Mac beta build could be in the works. Code snippets from SDK for ObjectARX seem to indicate evidence of Mac port says AutoCAD blog site.
Nemetschek offers Top Ten Tricks Series Webcasts Again – Showcases Top features in Vectorworks 2010 series products.
Autodesk intros Maya 2011 at GDC Event – New 64-bit Mac support plus upgraded FBX utilities and upgraded integration with Final Cut Pro.
SolidWorks’ Fielder Hiss clarifies his company’s plans and statements regarding a native version of SolidWorks for the Mac.
Luxion introduces next evolution with KeyShot – advanced real-time interactive ray-tracing program.
Once again there is confusion over SolidWorks on the Mac following a report on what was said to another journalist by a SolidWorks employee.
SolidWorks Corporation is indeed working on a native Mac version of their namesake flagship software. The MCAD giant’s software has been the second most popular Windows CAD software requested for the Mac behind AutoCAD according to Architosh Readers.
ARES CAD for Mac coming later this year promises another option for CAD for Mac users.
At Build Boston 2009 Viktor Varkonyi, CEO of Graphisoft, sat down with Architosh to talk about ArchiCAD 13. The keynote speaker that morning at a Boston area architects BIM forum, Varkonyi explained that his company’s latest Building Information Modeling (BIM) software has changed the game in terms of what is possible with collaboration in architectural practice.
AIA announces new AIA Documents-on-Demand PDF-based solution for Mac based architects
Autodesk expands Mac support via virtualization officially with Parallels agreement. Now Autodesk customers can get official support for running programs like AutoCAD and Revit under Parallels Desktop for Mac.
Parallels pulls out all the stops in creating Parallels Desktop Switch to Mac Edition — new version provides extensive, interactive and easy to use help technology to enable Windows users to switch to the Mac more gracefully.
Autodesk announces support for Apple’s Boot Camp technology to enable official support of Windows-based Autodesk products.
NX 6 Mac talk on the Web sees change in the air for highend CAD — next generation wants to work on Mac — the best environment for design says Kenneth Wong of Desktop Engineering
Swiss-based architect and 2009 Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate Peter Zumthor – Practices Architecture using Vectorworks on the Mac.
MacFive™ — Top News Stories of the Week: For Mar 15 we see exploding applications for the iPhone and iPod touch (now at 25,000), continued Enterprise Mac Adoption, an upcoming iPhone 3.0 OS update event, speculation about a new Apple touch-based netbook device and more…
Architosh expands its notes from the Autodesk announcements at this month’s Macworld Expo and Conference.
The Mac turns 25 on January 24, 2009. Please share with us your thoughts on why the Mac is great and how it has contributed to your life.
Britasmedia today announces a brand new version of its popular online magazine, Architosh — The new website publication is built on a modern Web 2.0 engine and will allow for the publication team to more robustly serve the over 150,000 annual readers in over 130 countries worldwide.
We at Architosh are very excited with the interview by Franco Folini, Novedge World of Graphics and Design, with our founder and editor-in-chief
Henrik Vallgren and I have had long email discussions in the past about Autodesk. He has informed me several times about the history of the company and many of its practices that are not always flattering.