According to TUAW, Barrons did some digging on that Wi-Gear acquisition rumor, contacting the company’s acting CEO, Mark Pundsack. Turns out, Apple hasn’t acquired the company, nor has it been in talks to do so.
Hopefully more app developers will start offering this ‘TV-Focused Gaming’ experience soon! There is no word yet on a release date for the TV-capable update to The Incident, but the developers have been moving very quickly with updates to the game and will likely be pressing forward to have it in the App Store as soon as possible. [via MacRumors]
Despite Jobs saying otherwise, we’re now receiving multiple reports that the public version of Mac OS X 10.6.5 which was just released, does not feature ‘AirPrint’ for shared printers.
It seems MacStories may have been right in it’s predictions today, with MacRumors now reporting Apple has released Mac OS X 10.6.5 to the public.
Why you would ever need to install Android 2.2 (aka Froyo) onto your beloved iPhone is beyond us, but the good news is – now you can! Thanks to a bootlace application designed for jailbroken iPhones, you can now installed Android 2.2 onto either an iPhone 2G or 3G.