Thursday´s News Bits

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Thursday´s News Bits
  • Vodafone has released the iPhone in the UK. In this way, the number of carriers selling the handset across the country has grown to four. Competition heating up typically means lower prices, so it seems weird that Vodafone is jumping on the bandwagon at a disadvantage, offering terms that look less appealing and competitive than what you can get in case you opt for O2. (source: DailyMobile)

  • WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 for the iPhone has rolled out. The game allows people to play as one of the 11 stars on the roster of the popular wrestling TV show, not to mention the game controls are quite interesting indeed. The price of the application is $4.99. (source: Business Wire)

  • Pictures of GT Racing the game for the iPhone have surfaced on the Internet. The title is being developed by Gameloft and aside from spectacular graphics and various speedways, the game will come with many options to meet the needs of both green hands and seasoned racing game players. (source: TouchArcade)

  • The latest version of the Nokia N900 allows people to use the built-in browser in portrait mode. This is not a hidden function and you can see how to activate it by watching the short video below. (source: The Nokia Blog)


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