Monday´s News Bits

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Monday´s News Bits
  • Do you need an ultra-, mega- affordable handset? The LG KP108 may be just what you looking for. We can hardly suggest a cell phone with more slashed functionality (lacks camera and audio player), but a contract-free unit will set you back with just $33 in Russia. (source: LG)

  • The Celsius X-VI-II looks like a promising and unique mechanical handset. The device integrates many underlying technologies typical of mechanical wristwatches and is expected to roll out at a price of around ... $300,000. It´s interesting to know that most of its internal parts will be clearly visible, since they will be covered with see-through materials. (source: Gizmodo)

  • Auto Trader releases an application for the iPhone that recognizes car plate numbers. All you need to do in order to get detailed information about the make and condition of a vehicle is, well, take a snapshot of its plate registration number. The program is completely free, but currently supports UK registrations only. (source: ME)

  • Caligo Chaser for the iPhone is a game with many battles and RPG elements. Its creators promise that players will be able to fully customize their characters, plus there is more than 300 unique items to equip your protagonist to your own liking. Caligo Chaser is available for $2.99. (source: AppSpy)



1. mattkl

Posts: 255; Member since: Feb 01, 2010

$300,000 not too bad. Can I put it on my next months bill, is that for new activations?

2. mdw92581

Posts: 131; Member since: Feb 25, 2010


3. cellgeek82

Posts: 518; Member since: Dec 20, 2009

Wow, just $300,000...let me see, get a comfortable, big new home, or get me a new phone that will be obsolete after LTE releases. Gosh, so hard to decide.

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