Daily Apple: iPhone Development, QuickTime Vulnerability, Turtlenecks & Android

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iPhone Dev Process – Some really great insight from developer Mike Ash on the whole development and app store submission process for NetAwake.

Zero-Day Exploit Code For Quicktime Posted – Supposedly Apple has ignored a submitted vulnerability and in turn the person who found the vulnerability has published it online.

Jobs and his turtleneck out in public – Jobs met in Brussels today with the EU Competition Commissioner and what did he wear? None other than this trusty turtleneck and jeans. I wonder if he wears that every day?

Apple updates Compressor, Apple Qmaster – Apple updates two apps in it’s suite of pro video applications. Many of the updates are basic performance and stability enhancements.

Google’s Android to dethrone mobile platform control – Today at Mobilize Conference, Google’s Rich Miner gave an overview of how Android will be making a splash.

iPhone Configuration Utility 1.0.1 – iPhone Configuration Utility lets you easily create, maintain, and sign configuration profiles, track and install provisioning profiles and authorized applications, and capture device information including console logs.

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