Thursday´s News Bits
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- HTC Sense for Windows Mobile is now usable in landscape mode. Thanks to the inventive guys over at XDA-developers you can now get your hands on a ROM that makes the Sense interface fully operational in landscape mode, meaning the personalization pack can be installed on handsets equipped with side-sliding keyboards like the HTC Touch Pro2. Take a look at what needs doing via the source link: PocketNow
- A brand new alpha version SDK for webOS is being tested by developers. Ares SDK will actually be an improved version of Mojo SDK that´s currently used by developers of software for webOS handsets. (source: Engadget)
- Loopt is now available to owners of the RIM BlackBerry Bold 9700, Curve 8520 and 8530. The application provides information about various venues and events, plus you can always take a look at what pub your online buddies have decided to drop by this Friday. (source: BlackBerry Cool)
- Firefox for the Nokia N900 will support WebGL. This means that you will be able to take a look at complex 3D images directly from the browser. (source: DailyMobile Forums)