Monday´s News Bits
This article contains unofficial information.
- TELUS releases the RIM BlackBerry Bold 9700 in November. Two other carriers have announced their plans to offer the new Bold - AT&T and T-Mobile. So far, TELUS has not provided any information on the pricing of the device. (via: BlackBerrySync)
- T-Mobile offers fuel-cells as additional cell phone accessories. The 24/7 Xtreme Portable Power Solution is a device, developed by Medis. It requires that you squeeze and shake it in order to work and will allow you to charge your cell phone several times while on the road. The set comes with various connectors – standard (USB, miniUSB, microUSB) as well as ones compatible with Nokia models and the Palm Treo. (via: Phonescoop)
- Are you eager to find out if your cell phone can run Android? Wmpoweruser has published a short article on the topic that provides links to instructions on how to get Google´s operating system to work on popular WM smartphones. More information is available via the source link. wmpoweruser
- Verizon embarks on a new "Don´t text and drive" ad campaign trying to dissuade people from the dangerous practise. We do welcome the efforts of the carrier and hope the ads that have already appeared on the TV and radio get to as many people as possible, since no message is worth risking your or someone else´s life. (via: IntoMobile)
- A service for the Nokia N900, called Pixelpipe, gets announced at CTIA. It will allow customers to easily share pictures and videos over popular websites and social networks. (source: Nokia Conversations)