Monday´s News Bits
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- Android version 2.1 is bringing Amazon MP3 to the UK. The onlice service that allows people to legally purchase audio tracks was, until now, only accessible from the US, but with the help of the new software it´s already taking its first steps across Europe. (source: Android Authority)
- HTC Sync for the HTC Magic, Hero and Tattoo got updated. The new version is compatible with computers running Windows 7 and Windows XP, although non-English editions of the mentioned operating systems only. You can get the update via the source link: HTC
- BarMax is an application for the iPhone that would set you back with $1,000. Surprising as it may seem, the program is probably worth its price tag, given it´s centred on the proper preparation of law students for their admission to the bar. On the other hand, anyone willing to enrol in a dedicated course would have to shell out $3,000 to $4,000. (source: TechCrunch)
- The LG GW620 sets foot in the UK. Take a look at out hands-on with the handset in our preview available here. (source: ME)
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