Monday´s News Bits

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Monday´s News Bits
  • Customers across India can now get a tri-SIM card capable device. The Intex IN 5030 can simultaneously utilize two GSM and one CDMA networks. This makes the device extremely flexible and suitable for the vast, but fragmented local market, because people can rest assured they have coverage no matter what part of the huge country they are in. (source: Tech2 India)

  • Opera Mobile beta 3 for Symbian has been released. The developer states the new version loads web pages up to 50% faster and allows for synchronization of bookmarks to the computer edition of the software. (source: DailyMobile)

  • Did you know that the battery of the HTC Legend can be replaced? The successor to the HTC Hero is made from a single aluminium ingot and, until recently, it seemed the handset could not be opened (like the iPhone), but as you can see for yourself in the pictures, the battery is actually fairly easy to replace. Relieved? (source: NewMobile)

  • Bruce Lee: Dragon Warrior is flying into the App Store quite soon. The game is similar to Street Fighter and offers spectacular graphics and various characters. We just hope the game controls are handy. (source: IntoMobile)


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