Someone has ben naughty and leaked screenshots and videos of Snow Leopard.
The finder gets some new features, the Services menu gets some love, QuickTime includes a trim and upload to web feature, and the spelling and grammar system in Snow Leopard is vastly improved.
The developer of the iPhone game, iCombat, wanted to know how many people were pirating his app.
He discovered that in the first week of the game being launched launch, 82.9% of users pirated it - it leveled out after 30 days, with 57.4% of users pirating the game. It's an interesting analysis of the pirate user habits.
Just another case of App Store weirdness.
Do you like Apple themed wallpapers? Well The Apple Blog has 30 Apple themed wallpapers
Sims 3 for the iPhone is coming soon. Here's a trailer from EA.
Yahoo can't be arsed making apps for Blackberry anymore, so they're concentrating on the iPhone
. "Going forward, Yahoo will reportedly restructure its Yahoo! Mobile development team to focus on two core platforms, the iPhone, and for every other mobile handset, the browser."
Also on Blackberry news, Lion Nathan, the brewer of such fine beers like Hahn Ice, Tooheys Blue, West End Draught and XXXX Gold, is moving away from Blackberries and to iPhones as the smartphone de jour.
Apple are hiring 450 new phone support dudes, that can work from home.
As usual, someone has decided that this means Apple is planning some big product that needs more hands on deck.
LIke AFL? Want to make sure you know when each game is coming up? An enterprising individual has made a CSV, ICS, and PDF fixture generator
, which means you can make an ICS file of your team's games and then import it into iCal.
Sony Ericsson are asking for 100 million euro bailout
from either Sony or Ericsson to keep them alive. If they do go, they will not be missed. The days of the T630 are long gone gentlemen.