Mathematica Ported to Intel Mac, Takes Center Stage
June 28, 2005--Mathematica has become the first external
application to run seamlessly on the forthcoming Intel Mac
platform. Theodore Gray, director of user interface technology at
Wolfram Research, made the announcement at Apple's Worldwide
Developers Conference (WWDC) 2005, sharing the keynote address with
Apple CEO Steve Jobs.
The feat, Gray said, took only two hours to accomplish and was a
testament to the impressive software engineering at Wolfram Research.
"Before most other developers have even thought about how to port their
software to the new Intel Macs--computers that Apple won't even release
for another year--we've already got a version of Mathematica up and
running," he added.
Gray has also appeared at WWDC
2003 and at Macworld SF