Google has in fact started the U.S. roll out of it’s ‘Instant Search’ technology it currently uses on Google.com on the iPhone. The news comes via an official blog post made on the Google blog.
MacRumors is reporting that they’ve tonight received word that iAds availability is starting to be deployed worldwide. Previously only available in the U.S, the move comes as the company prepares to add iAds support for iPad, which is reportedly coming as part of iOS 4.2.
According to 9to5Mac, Apple has today released a new update to iPhoto in the form of version 9.1. The new update adds supports for Calendars (again), and includes more fixes to further prevent photo deletion while importing.
According to a number of reports from our readers, it seems the official Digg application may have been removed from the App Store. For those not familiar with Digg, the service allows anyone with an account to submit noteworthy news stories from across the globe to an ever-expanding, highly-critical audience who rate the content based on it’s quality.
Equinux, the same people behind the popular TubeStick, have today announced Tizi – a new type of mobile hotspot which will allow users to take TV on the move, on either their iPhone or iPad.