Monday´s News Bits

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Monday´s News Bits
  • Beta version of Skype for Symbian devices has rolled out. It allows for calls, chatting as well as sending and receiving of files. The list of all supported devices and links to the download location are available via the source link: Skype

  • Woman files a lawsuit against Burger King, the company flooded her with ad-related texts for a year. The value of the required compensation is $5mln. We do wish her luck. (source: DailyMobile)

  • Vertu V is a collection of ultra expensive accessories. Not all of them are related to cell phones though, because the line-up includes items like leather wallets and pens. What is of interest to us, however, is the Bluetooth hands-free that will set you back with "just" $780. You are already running to the nearest Vertu store, aren´t you? (source: Vertu via Engadget)

  • Nimbuzz for Symbian now sports dedicated Twitter client. Version 2.2 of the application brings along quite a few improvements and a fully functional Twitter client, meaning you are not limited to just going over new tweets, but can reply to messages, search and browser profiles etc. (source: EFY Times)

  • General Mobile will release its second Android-based handset at the end of January 2010? Rumors on the Internet have it the manufacturer is preparing the launch of their second, dual-SIM capable Android-based handset that will be running version 2.0 of the operating system and come with capacitive display with HVGA resolution. (source: AndroidGuys)


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