Monday's News Bits

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Monday's News Bits
  • The Samsung Omnia II can now be played with for free, thanks to Samsung’s flash emulator. Users can freely browse through and place widgets on the three homescreen pages, run applications and so on. This is something you should definitely go through, in case you are planning to buy the new Omnia. Check it through the source link!
source: SamsungMobile via pocketnow.com

  • O2 UK makes receiving tweets by SMS free of charge, starting August. Users will also be able to post their own tweets as text messages, although as part of their messaging plan or at the going SMS rate.
source: MobileEntertainment


  • It seems the Pre has a “twisting” kind of problem… Well, it’s clear that Palm’s smartphone does not sport an incredible build quality, but this here is not your typical wobbling slider. A user has shared images of his half-destroyed Pre, which he managed to get replaced with a new one, but still, you should be extra careful with your webOS phone, if you want it to live longer.
source: PreThinking



  • The Samsung Star S5230 Zadig & Voltaire special edition is a new version of the touchscreen feature phone that is being sold in France as the Samsung Player One. So, the phone now has a new color, stylish back cover and an interface theme to match the style of the popular fashion house. And do you find it appealing?
via: UnwiredView


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2 Comments

1. dboy08

Posts: 16; Member since: May 06, 2009

the pre one is dumb... thats like runnin over your phone and then postin a pic of .... normal wear and tear doesnt do that

2. phone333

Posts: 331; Member since: Feb 04, 2009

-Was thinking exactly the same thing!!! There's in fact a "twisting" issue here, but I don't think it's with the Phone.

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