Tuesday´s News Bits

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Tuesday´s News Bits
  • Real Football 2010 for Symbian 5th Edition has been released. The game does not come with impressive graphics, but offers a number of options and you can take your pick from as many as 245 teams in 8 different championships. (source: Mobile TopSoft)

  • You better be careful who you lend your phone to. The word has it that an enraged woman has stabbed her husband in cold blood after taking a peek at the call history of her victim´s handset. Fortunately, the three gashes she managed to inflict were not life-threatening. (source: Cellular News)

  • GPS Dashboard is a good way of following GPS information your handset provides you with. The application developed for Windows Mobile is not anything really innovative, but seems quite more functional than standard software used for the same thing. (source: Mobile TopSoft)

  • Saudi Arabians insist the BlackBerry Messenger should be de-classified. The government of the country has already enacted several downright weird restrictions, say, using camera phones is still strictly forbidden. It seems the secret messaging feature of the BlackBerry platform has fallen victim to the legislation of the ruling elite as well. (source: PocketBerry)



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