Friday's News Bits
- webOS 1.1 update is reportedly on its way. The new version is said to address issues related to the Exchange support like better handling of digital certificates, PIN/password support, device wiping (data, not fingerprints) and other security features.
- AT&T is to delay the MMS and tethering services for the iPhone until September, informs Appmodo. Activating the tethering service is said to toll extra $55 on top of your iPhone data plan and we’ve to admit this doesn´t seem like the coolest thing to us.
- Shazam is now available for the BlackBerry Storm. So, Storm users can now officially start tagging songs and getting their results real fast, reportedly within 15-20 seconds.
- BerryBuzz 2.0 is now in private beta version. The app allows you to set custom LED colors on different events like calls, received SMS, e-mails etc. It will also add alerts for BlackBerry Messenger and Facebook. To get your hands on the beta, you will have to send an e-mail to email@example.com with subject "BerryBuzz 2.0 Beta", although you are not guaranteed an answer from the manufacturer.