Reddit is one of the social news bookmarking site that we like to visit, it is similar to Digg where community votes for the news to be on the front page. There is now an iPhone friendly version available at http://reddit.buxfer.com, made possible by Buxfer.
This is the best you could get to read Reddit on your iPhone, there is no news if Reddit is working on its own iPhone version. The iPhone version of Digg is at http://digg.com/iphone
Apple posted on its .Mac website to inform .Mac subscribers that web access to bookmarks stored on .Mac account will be taken offline on July 06. Web access allows subscribers to access to their bookmarks stored in .Mac from a web browser, similar to Google Bookmarks service. Without web access, subscribers will need to sync their .Mac bookmarks to local computers or iPhone to access them.
This is part of Apple .Mac online service’s transition to MobileMe. Beside web access to bookmarks, other .Mac features dropping from MobileMe include .Mac slides, iCards, and .Mac Sync if you use OS X 10.3.
MobileMe will let you easily access your bookmarks from anywhere by syncing them across all your computers, and pushing them over the air to your iPhone and iPod touch. However, the existing .Mac Bookmarks application will be taken offline and will no longer provide web access to your bookmarks.
Apple advice .Mac subscribers to sync their .Mac bookmarks by July 06 this Sunday. Apple posted a knowledge base article with instructions on how to sync .Mac bookmarks with Safari on the Mac.
Blizzard today announced during its 2008 Blizzard Entertainment WorldWide Invitational (WWI) event in France that it is working on the long-rumored Diablo III. The RPG action fantasy game will be released for both the PC and Mac simultaneously, but there is no release date schedule, system requirements or pricing information announced for Diablo III.
Blizzard has launched the Diablo III web site with much game details including official trailer and gameplay video. Diablo III’s P2P gameplay will be available online via Battle.net, which is Blizzard’s free online service that launched with the original Diablo in 1997. This confirmed that Diablo III is not following a subscription fee model as with World of Warcraft.
Blizzard sold more than 20 million copies of both Diablo II and Diablo II: Lord of Destruction since their release in 2000 and 2001.