Thursday's News Bits

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Thursday's News Bits
  • Nokia retains its leadership on the UK market. It's not a secret the Finnish company is going through a bad patch and both Korean giants have been cashing in on the manufacturer's weakness, but it seems Nokia still has the upper hand over Samsung, at least in the UK. (source: DailyMobile)

  • Opera Mini for the iPhone gets a minor update. Version 5.0.1 brings some bug fixes and addresses the occasional start-up freezing that seems to affect the previous iteration of the software when running on handsets on certain networks. (source: DailyMobile)

  • Gameloft is raking it in or at least, was, in Q1 2010. The company is one of the global leaders in the cell phone game market and registered 7% increase in sales as compared to the same period last year. (source: PR Newswire)

  • The Vodafone 247 will be a super-cheap handset with solar panel. It integrates color display and FM radio, plus a relatively small screen that is, allegedly, highly energy efficient. The device is expected to come with exceptionally long battery life, provided the Sun keeps shining as ever. (source: fonehome)


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