Amidst rumors that have been heating up in recent weeks regarding an iOS-powered Apple TV replacement called iTV, Digg founder Kevin Rose has chimed in with his own thoughts on what he’s heard out of Cupertino.
Well, when next we meet for our next round of In Case You Missed It, things will be different. It Will Have Happened. At least one of you, maybe more, just might be reading next week's column on the fabled iPad.
Now, we're not saying that this is the very first place that you should check out on Mobile Safari once you get your iPad in your hot little hands. We're just saying that this is the absolute very first place you should check out. And now, the end of an era, this week's best pre-iPad viewed Mac|Life columns.
Word around the rumor mill is that the new Facebook iPhone app interface is difficult to navigate in comparison to its OG predecessor. Whether or not this is true is entirely relative, but we can definitely agree that the new Digg and Facebook love affair is adorable.
Digg announced that it will team up with the social networking giant to collaborate on a feature called Facebook Connect. The feature will allow Facebook users to log into Digg and digg stuff so that their hundreds of friends can digg in, too.
Overused puns aside, Facebook Connect will help Digg cement itself as the social aggregator, competing with sites like Twitter and del.ic.ous. iPhone users will especially benefit from this merger and will be able to Digg and post to their Facebook using just one app.