Extensive security changes have been made to iPhone OS 3.0. Here is a synopsis of some of the major changes.
Universal Type Server 2.0 now supports Open Directory and Active Directory and other key improvements.
Assault on Dark Athena, the new Chronicles of Riddick game, is Mac-bound thanks to the efforts of Virtual Programming.
Ngmoco has hired Simon Jeffery, former president and COO of Sega of America, to run Plus Publishing group, a new venture focused on leveraging social networking in game for iPhone 3.0.
Western Digital has unveiled a new generation of SSDs from its acquisition of SiliconSystems in March.
FileWave has released a new version of Inventory (formerly Asset Trustee), now with support for a vendor and product database and other key improvements.
FlashVideo Converter sports a new engine that can do 30 frame per second conversions.
CrossOver 8 is a new version of the WINE-derived virtualization software for Intel Macs, with new and improved Windows application support.
Kroll Ontrack has announced a data recovery service for corrupt Apple Xsan 2 systems.
Olympus' new E-P1 is portable but sports interchangeable lenses, like a DSLR.
Apple has, at long last, addressed security problems with Java that Sun fixed more than six months ago.
DataViz has launched Documents To Go for the iPhone and iPod touch, enabling iPhone users to view, edit and create MS Word documents.
ooVoo video conference software has been updated with features that have up to now been limited to the Windows release.
ATTO's Celerity Fibre Channel cards are now certified for use with HP EVA systems.
VNC Enterprise Edition adds support for cross-platform remote printing and cross-platform chat.