Description: iSMARTtrain is a Mac OS X application for storing and reviewing your athletic training. It allows download of data from Polar Heart Rate Monitors. It is designed for use by multi-sport athletes, such as triathletes and duathletes, but can be used equally well by single-sport athletes, such as cyclists, runners, rowers or swimmers.
The software also allows you to review your training and race data as a graph, a table or as a monthly calendar. A Summary of the data can also be displayed, showing total distances, times, etc., per week or month. Equipment use can also be tracked as can user-defined values such as weight and energy burned.
BlackBerrys sync with Mac OS X Software developer Information Appliance Associates announced Thursday the release of an application synchronizing Research In Motion's BlackBerry devices with Apple's Mac OS X.
Apple releases Mac OS X v10.3.9 Looks like Mac OS X v10.3 "Panther" is getting one more small tweak before Mac OS X v10.4 "Tiger" hits store shelves on April 29, 2005. On Friday Apple released Mac OS X v10.3.9, an update that "delivers overall improved compatibility and reliability" for