Apple switches from Google to OpenStreetMap in new iPhoto…but forgets to give credit

As we reported recently, since Google raised the price to access its maps API, a lot of companies have switched to OpenStreetMap when adding geo-data into their services. Now it seems like Apple has joined the club, using OSM in the new iPhoto for iPad and iPhone. But as intrepid blogger Alistair Aitchison points out, Apple didn’t bother to credit the creators of these maps, and is using two-year-old, out-of-date information.

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Troubled U.K. retailer Game will not be stocking Mass Effect 3

Fresh concerns about the future of European game retailer Game Group have risen today, as it was revealed that the company will not be stocking the highly anticipated role-playing-game Mass Effect 3. A company spokesperson blamed this on a “supply issue”, while a leaked memo to store staff suggested Game could not agree to credit terms with publisher Electronic Arts.

Credit Sesame brings consolidation tools to consumers free, online and all in one place

Consumers bewildered by a rash of resetting rates on loans and various outstanding credit lines now have the same tools banks have to aggregate all their debt in one place, after free online personal finance tool Credit Sesame launched a beta version today to help users get a complete financial snapshot all in one place.