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Scrabulous to go or not to go, that is the question.

Clean up your Profile you!

Facebook’s developer blog posted that they will be making a clean up app for your profile in addition to the show more apps buttons.

From the Blog post:

To benefit all users, therefore, we will soon be launching a “profile clean-up” tool. Similar to how your computer’s desktop will remind you to get rid of unused icons, this tool will give users the option to move extra profile boxes to an “extended portion” of their profile. Users can choose to move these boxes; we will recommend that they keep the Friends Box, Mini-Feed, Wall, Basic and Personal Information as well as the top 12 application boxes they have added. At the bottom of the profile will then be a link to “Show Extended Profile”. Any user will be able to expand the profile at any point in time to see all the applications a user has added to their profile.

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iGoogle for iPhone

Yeah here it is and we all knew it would come:

iGoogle iPhone 

Go! Yahoo Go!

 

Yahoo! Go

The new Yahoo Go 3.0 is a free downloadable application compatible with about 30 different handsets so far. (The company says that dozens more are on the way.) A “start page” allows Yahoo users to access a number of the company’s applications, like Yahoo Mail and Flickr, as well as the requisite news-and-weather mobile features.

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Macenstein claims GearLive firmware 1.1.3 fake.

[Macenstein]

Here are a few things I agree on:

  1. Everyone knows Apple’s legal department doesn’t sleep, much less have families or take vacations. Just because Gear Live’s very convincing video of the iPhone’s 1.1.3 firmware happened to come out on a week many big-wigs take off doesn’t mean Apple would let something that major slide.
  2. Steve would have loved to have showcased the latest features on stage in front of row upon row of the Mac faithful.
  3. But Apple does indeed have a history of going after legitimate leaked images and video of important upcoming products and software. Take this year’s leaked pics of the new nano from 9to5Mac or the videos of the new iPod and iPod nano’s interfaces on MacRumors. Both sites were contacted by Apple legal and “asked” to take the offending pics/videos down immediately within hours.
  4. (although the “crash” seemed a little staged to me, kind of like they were trying to show they had authentic beta software)
  5. Additionally, I can’t imagine how they would have gotten access to the firmware, as it isn’t the type of thing Apple needs to seed to non-Apple employees to beta test, and any Apple employee privy to the build likely has a pretty sweet job not worth risking.

Go check it out at Macenstein.

iPhone Auto-Correct Capitalizes ‘Linux’ not ‘microsoft’

I found this

LOL, Microsoft you better look at this