Tuesday's News Bits
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- About a third of teenagers in the US send at least 100 texts a day. Kids are well known for their proclivity towards texting to excess and this happens to be one of the major reasons behind hefty monthly bills and wrist-related health issues. (source: Reutres)
- Bluetooth 4.0 will be focused on attaining a low energy footprint. The technology is expected to make its market début in Q2 2010. Find out more about it at Bluetooth SIG
- The Nokia E72 gets updated. The list of novelties include improvements in the phone browser, calendar, messaging, Ovi Maps, Ovi Store, etc. The pack seems virtually mandatory for owners of the Nokia E72. (source: ZOMGitsCJ)
- Seesmic for Android gets a massive update. Version 1.3 of the awesome Twitter client adds a widget, integrated re-tweeting and quite a few minor improvements. (source: Eurodroid)