Friday's News Bits

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Friday's News Bits
  • Neatcall for the BlackBerry platform tries to help you organize your daily routine. The application allows for creation of schedules for both online and offline events, analyses the timetable and provides insight on what you are to do to decrease the number of free slots to a minimum. We cannot say the application is really capable at the latter though. (source: BlackBerry Cool)

  • It appears XDA ROMS is about to become the new online promenade... for people who don't seem to like the particular operating system of their handset. What you can download from the website is ROMs optimized for specific smartphones, plus you can compare the extra features they offer. (via: WMexperts)

  • The LG GD550 and Philips Xenium X712 reveal their faces. This is a duo of yet unannounced feature phones with somewhat unappealing look (at least in the pictures) and 5-megapixel cameras. Stay tuned for more information on them. (source: UnwiredView)

  • Android: you can now set Opera Mini 5 as the default browser. This is made possible thanks to a program called OperaBridge that is up for grabs at Android market. (source: Androinica)


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