Thursday´s News Bits

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Thursday´s News Bits
  • Infineon to deliver next generation chips to Nokia. No, we don´t mean concept devices like the Morph, but rather handsets with support for LTE. (source: Reuters)

  • Official eBay application for BlackBerry devices has rolled out. It allows people to browse, search and bid for items directly from their handsets. The program is still in beta stage, completely free and can be found at BlackBerry App World. (source: RIMarkable)

  • Do you want to know what Apple considers important when approving programs for App Store? A company employee reveals that 90% of all rejections relate to software bugs and lack of compatibility, while only 10% of declines pertain to actual censorship, i.e. inappropriate content (whatever that means). (source: AppleInsider)

  • The Nokia N900 comes to the UK December 4, but the delay will not affect deliveries to people who have pre-ordered the handset, meaning they should receive their devices in the next couple of days. (source: NokNok)

  • iPhone owners are willing to pay for movies and electronic papers. According to a study by Olswang carried out in the UK, 19% of all cell phone users would buy electronic newspapers. About 30% of all polled iPhone owners, however, expressed readiness to purchase such content. (source: MediaMemo)


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