Google has released version 3.0.0 of Google Earth and it is just now beginning to appear in the iTunes App Store. The update includes native support for iPad and runs as a universal app on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch.
ModMyi reports that it has received an alleged AT&T memo from a source that claims the carrier will only be taking pre-orders for the black iPhone 4 models. The white model will become available "later this summer."
Engadget published a claim this morning about reports stating that iBooks was being rolled out to some iPhones that had been updated to iOS4 early. So far we haven't been lucky enough to see this happen on any of the iOS4 beta devices we have access to. Is it a fluke or just a slow test rollout?
Are you a new developer anxious to see how many apps you've sold on your first day of sales in the iTunes App Store? If your answer was yes then today is your day! Apple has released iTunes Connect Mobile an iPhone and iPod touch app that allows developers to view the statistics about their app sales while away from their computer.
You may have heard tell of there being a wee bit of a privacy breach involving the iPad yesterday. The short of it is that a whole lot of iPad 3G users had their Email addresses and the ICC-ID information thrown out into the open air for everyone to see.
Who's to blame for the breach? There seem to be two different camps on this issue growing in the Apple blogosphere: One blaming Apple, the other blaming AT&T.
If you're attending the World Wide Developer Confrence today, you might notice a few devlopers sporting swollen heads and ear-to-ear grins. Such a sight can only mean one thing: The Apple Design Awards 2010 winners have been announced.
NY Daily Times News Investigation turns up icky results from swab tests performed on Apple's popular iPad. The anxious mobs of people checking out the ipad at Apple stores are allegedly leaving something unpleasant behind.