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Apple updates MFi guidelines after Kickstarter project flap – and top links

December 22, 2012

I have got a lot of technology related links to look through and a variety of topics covering Mayfair, Steve Jobs, Michelle Obama, Mexico, Kickstarter and Flickr.

Right, let’s get started. The links:

  • Instagram may have been under a lot of pressure of late but the Facebook-owned photo service has updated its IOS app with a new filter – Mayfair – and the return of the option to share photos from any album, rather than just a device’s camera roll” – [Instagram for iOS gets new Mayfair filter and returns ability to share photos from any album – thenextweb.com]
  • “Steve Jobs’ dream yacht impounded over unpaid design bills December 21, 2012 By Anna Washenko Steve Jobs‘ super yacht, the Venus, cost more than 100 million euros to make” – [Steve Jobs’ dream yacht impounded over unpaid design bills – www.digitaltrends.com]
  • “Michelle Obama’s letter to Newtown: ‘My heart aches for you’ – A week after the Newtown school shooting in which a young man fatally shot 27 people-20 of them children-Michelle Obama has penned an open letter to Newtown residents” – [todaynews.today.com]
  • “By Juan Ortega and Diana Gonzalez, NBCMiami.comA judge on Friday agreed to free a South Florida Marine veteran from a prison in Mexico, according to spokespeople for two congressional members” – [Ex-Marine held in Mexico to be freed, lawmakers say – usnews.nbcnews.com]
  • “Apple updates MFi guidelines after Kickstarter project flap – Apple updates MFi guidelines after Kickstarter project flap In a statement on Friday, Apple noted that it has slightly changed the terms of its “Made for iPhone/iPad/iPod” specifications to allow third-party manufacturers to build accessories that use the Lightning connector in conjunction with legacy 30-pin adapters, a feature prohibited in the company’s original stipulations” – [appleinsider.com]
  • “Flickr gives away 3 free months of Pro access to current subscribers – In an effort to bolster interest in its platform and to reward those who have stuck with it over the years, Flickr is offering three free months of Pro access to current subscribers” – [thenextweb.com]
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