Monday´s News Bits
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- The Motorola i680 is a brand new, rugged phone. The iDEN clamshell handset has passed FCC and is now on its way to Sprint´s product catalogue to replace the ageing i580. (source: The Mobile Ninjas)
- Sprint releases the Sanyo Incognito for $49 on a two-year contract. The handset comes with an interesting mix of external touch-sensitive keyboard and full QWERTY when open. (source: Sprint)
- Navigon – a new navigational app for Android. The application is expected to roll out December 10. There is still absolutely no information on its functionality, but we guess it will be more than proper, since Navigon has managed to become even more popular than TomTom these days. (source: AndroidPlanet)
- fring update for Android handsets has rolled out. No, the developer hasn´t really managed to add all functions we would have liked to see and do it in less than a week, but at least several bugs seem to have fixed. The software update is practically mandatory for owners of the Motorola DROID. (source: fring)
- Important announcement for anyone across the US: a new version 1.1 of I Am T-Pain for the iPhone has just been released. Once you´ve installed the update, you will be able to sing in an altered voice (with Auto-Tune) plus the app works with all songs in your iTunes playlist. The program will set you back with just $3. (via: Gizmodo)