Sort of. The L.A. Times used some of their scarce resources to send samples of Pinkberry to an independent lab, which determined that there are some live cultures in Pinkberry and that their previously published nutrition information is more or less correct (26 calories per ounce, no fat). But apparently there's not quite enough live cultures to qualify it for true yogurt status, or something, so it's still just "swirly goodness" for now instead of frozen yogurt.
I cruised around some blogs yesterday to see what people were saying about Pinkberry ingredients and the speculation and vitriol was quite startling. To the person who said "Does it have dairy?," I say, well, it's yogurt, more or less, and what is yogurt made of? To the people who think they're deriving some obscure health benefit from eating it, I say, it's no differently nutritionally than any other frozen yogurt or low-fat frozen dessert, so don't get your hopes up. And to the people speculating that it's full of Perez Hilton's toenail clippings and such, I'm glad you've got so much free time on your hands.