Friday´s News Bits

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Friday´s News Bits
  • The Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 can run Ubuntu Hardy Heron 8.04. The ageing Windows phone keeps surprising us – it got recently reported to be able to run Android 2.0.1 and now it seems the handset can utilize Ubunto as well (even if the overall functionality is limited). (source: Engadget)

  • Samsung introduces two cell phone camera sensors. The S5K4E2 and S5K5CA allow for 5- and 3-megapixel snapshots respectively and they both will appear on the market at the end of 2010. (source: CellPhoneDigest)

  • Texas Instruments has created a revolutionary OMAP 4 platform. The new chipset offers exceptional 3D image and game handling and supports projectors. (source: PR Newswire)

  • Firefox for the Nokia N900 is now available at Ovi Store. The online application store is expected to work equally well no matter the particular cell phone platform and will not be limited to Symbian only. (source: Nokia Conversations)


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