Monday´s News Bits
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- Skyfire 1.5 for Symbian S60 5th Edition has rolled out. The program for Symbian-based handsets with touch-sensitive screens is still under development, but looks quite promising indeed. Its major advantage is that it supports Flash elements. (source: Daily Mobile)
- Great Career is an iPhone application to help you with your job search. The software is developed by people who have also published books on how to plan and develop your career. Great Career gives you the opportunity to take a look at pieces of wisdom compiled by seasoned professionals and is just a screen tap away. (source: Business Wire)
- Vodafone starts selling the iPhone in the UK next year and more specifically, on January 14, but the offers of the carrier don´t look particularly attractive - the lowest monthly plan fee is £30 and you would have to fork out between £59 (iPhone 3G 8GB) and £239 (iPhone 3GS 32GB) on signing up for a two year agreement, not to mention you can get the same handsets for free on similar monthly plans through O2 and Orange. (source: BBC)
- Beta version of Fandango for Android is now out. The program allows to search for movies, see where they are on at the moment and book tickets. So, what´s the movie you would first look for? (source: AndroidandMe)