Apple to Release iPhone 4 PDF Patch, Online Video Stats Reveal U.S. Slacking
Highlights from this morning's other big tech headlines....
- Apple claims to have created a fix for the iPhone 4's PDF vulnerabilities (sparked by JailbreakMe), saying its patch "will be available to customers in an upcoming software update." [From: Engadget]
- According to a new Nielsen survey, the U.S. surprisingly ranks 36th in the world's online video usage, but that could be part of a sinister plot to decimate rival nations' work productivity. In certain areas, including the Asia-Pacific market and parts of the Middle East, online video usage in the workplace is twice as high as it is in the States. [From: The Next Web]
- The penny-pinching U.K. government is officially sticking with the oft-decried Internet Explorer 6, because maintaining the status quo "is more cost effective" than making the move to IE8. [From: Ars Technica]
- The Android invasion is complete. According to NPD, Android actually supplanted RIM at the top of the U.S. smartphone sales charts last quarter. It was the first time since 2007 that RIM's BlackBerry had not reigned supreme. [From: Engadget]
- Intel has brokered a treaty with the Federal Trade Commission, and -- as part of an antitrust settlement -- the company has reportedly promised to play fair and quit bullying its competitors. [From: The Associated Press]