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Thursday´s News Bits

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Thursday´s News Bits
  • Thursday´s News Bits
    The cheapest handset equipped with QWERTY keyboard is out for grabs in India. The Airfone Buddy AQ9 is a dual-SIM device that integrates 1.8-inch QVGA screen, FM radio and MP3 player. A contract-free unit will set back its future owners with just $43. (source: Tech2 India)


  • Cell phones will gradually replace cheap digital cameras. According to a recent study by iSuppli, better sensors and improved camera flash technology will soon turn simple digital cameras into things of the past. (source: Wired)



  • Madonna with own application at the App Store. It is completely free, gives you a lot of information about the Queen of pop and provides access to pictures and an online store, where you can buy audio tracks. (source: ChipChick)


  • Cell Cease is a program for phone calls and text messaging. The idea is that parents should buy the software for their kids who tend to drive often, because the application tries to limit the tendency of young drivers to get easily distracted. Still, the program features an option that allows certain numbers to get in touch with a handset defended by Cell Cease. (source: PR NewsWire)


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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:45

1. corps1089 (Posts: 492; Member since: 20 Jan 2010)


Cell phones will gradually replace cheap digital cameras. Um, already happened Wired... Madonna with own application at the App Store. >Corps1089 runs screaming from the App Store, clawing his eyes out. Blood coursing down my neck as the wind whistling between her tooth gap explodes my eardrums

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