Back when Apple released iPhoto for iPad, the tech community spotted a rather curious detail: after years of using Google’s maps almost exclusively, iPhoto instead called on the user-driven OpenStreetMap project for its map tiles. The only catch? Apple wasn’t crediting OpenStreetMap, which is the one requirement of using it. Two months later and a bit of prodding later, credit is being given where it’s due; as of yesterday, OpenStreetMap is listed amongst the iPhoto acknowledgements. It’s a small thing, but terms of use are terms of use. [Source: TalkingPointsMemo]