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Wednesday's News Bits

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Wednesday's News Bits
  • Orange is said to have gained the exclusive rights to offer the HTC Hero. The Android phone was already expected to come with the carrier, but information about the release date and pricing was missing. And it still is!

source: MobileToday


  • A new app for BlackBerry allows you to send e-mails and documents to fax. It is called FACSys and is developed by emFAST. The application is available for purchase on App World.

source: BlackBerryCool


  • Yet another Palm Pre has been spotted… not that there’s something wrong with that, but it would be better if it had been spotted in our office.

source: PreCentral


  • A video of some guy performing a quick video hands-on of the Pre has been published, so go ahead and check it out. What are your impressions?

source: PreThinking


  • LG has released a program that will allow you to update your phone’s firmware. While this sounds really cool, it would be nice if LG had actually released some firmware update along with it.

source: AreaMobile (translated)


  • Sprint has collected more than 250,000 phones, a goal that had been set up in order to support EPA’s "Plug-In To eCycling National Cell Phone Recycling Week". Bravo!

source: Sprint

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:43

1. cellhead (unregistered)


Of course Sprint collected 250,000 cell phones....from the customers that have left thier service. LOL

posted on 27 May 2009, 12:54

5. craggie4ever (Posts: 27; Member since: 24 Apr 2009)


wow that was stupid

posted on 27 May 2009, 11:26

2. heavybreathing (Posts: 276; Member since: 26 Feb 2009)


Sprint is going to turn around and refurb them. all profit

posted on 27 May 2009, 12:16

3. phone333 (Posts: 331; Member since: 04 Feb 2009)


-Wrong! Sprint only refurb phone that are returned withing the 30 days and still in "like new" condition. Actually they loose a little in the process. When people upgrade their phones and turn in their old phone for buyback, service and repair store recycle the parts for repair. If the parts are not needed the phone are sent to some recylcling agency or something. This is more like a movement to prevent phone from ending up in the trash and "not help" the environment.

posted on 28 May 2009, 11:02

6. andre6589 (Posts: 9; Member since: 18 Nov 2008)


THANK YOU! I'm not a Sprint Customer, but at least somebody's trying to help the environment.. I have like 5 old, broken phones sitting in my desk at home..

posted on 27 May 2009, 12:44

4. Legion (Posts: 397; Member since: 12 Dec 2008)


Razr with an actual Razor FTW!

posted on 22 Sep 2010, 10:22

7. GriffithAida31 (unregistered)


People in every country receive the home loans in various creditors, just because it's simple.

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