Monday´s News Bits

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Monday´s News Bits
  • BlackBerry handsets take over the Middle East. According to a recent study by Motally, RIM-manufactured devices are the top cell phones to access the Internet across the region and the most popular of them is the Curve 8520. (source: Arabian Business)

  • Text messaging remains strong in the UK. Despite the growing popularity of various social networks, British customers send about 11mln text messages per hour. A significant part of them is, however, attributed to TV voting, participation in games and charity fund-raising. (source: T3)

  • iPhone case strewn with Swarovski crystals and in the spirit of Hello Kitty. You can get the piece of jewellery for $195, a hefty amount for such an accessory indeed, but it seems to have what it takes to make quite a few girls happier. (source: Chip Chick)

  • Nokia Custom Dictionary allows you to store words that you use frequently when typing. The application for Symbian S60 handsets has entered beta testing stage and you can download it via the source link: Nokia Beta Labs


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