Monday´s News Bits
This article contains unofficial information.
- Nokia releases a software update for the N900. It fixes minor bugs, brings improvements to the operational stability of the handset and alters the interface of the application that allows you to control the available programs. (source: Maemo-Freak)
- F-Secure now offers application that protects your smartphone against theft. The program runs on Symbian and Windows Mobile and sends you the number of the new SIM card the minute the thief has plugged it in, giving you the opportunity to delete all information stored on the handset via a simple SMS. (via EFY Times)
- The previous Palm OS edition now runs on the Pixi. This is possible via dedicated emulator that has been available to owners of the Palm Pre for quite some time now, but had to be reworked in order to support the lower display resolution of the Pixi. (source: Palm Inforcenter)
- BBC reporter shatters Sonim´s "indestructible" handset to pieces. Dan Simmons has managed to break the screen of the Sonim XP3.2 Quest Pro that, among the other things, supposedly allows people to hammer nails. Check out the incredibly amusing video here (BBC) and see for yourself how Mr. Simmons achieved the feat.