Tuesday´s News Bits

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Tuesday´s News Bits
  • The first picture of the BlackBerry Essex has appeared. Yesterday we told you about the rumors going that an improved version of the Tour 9630 codenamed the Essex was in the works. Well, a picture of the mysterious device has just been leaked on the Internet, atthough further information on the Essex and its specifications is still as sketchy as before. (source: CrackBerry)


  • A special version of the Samsung Omnia II called the Millionaire Pack II has rolled out. It commemorates the market launch of the basic handset in Netherlands and comes with a price tag of 649EUR. The exclusive deal includes 16GB version of the phone, leather case and a voucher for Millionaire Magazine. The Samsung Omnia QWERTY that we also know as the Samsung OmniaPRO B7620 got showcased at the presentation dedicated to the Samsung Millionaire Pack II. (source: GSM Helpdesk)


  • Commercial of the Palm Pre for Bell aims to show that handling the device is really easy and tips us off that Canadians seem to be more "active" than Americans. We are unwilling to comment on the striking insight and encourage you to see the commercial here. If anything, it´s funny. (via: Gizmodo)


  • Android Market still doesn´t allow developers to make ends meet. People just don´t download enough apps from the online store, most probably due to the limited popularity of the Google-made operating system, so even the developers of highly acclaimed titles like RetroDefence and Battle for Mars cash in on sales worth as much as $62 per day. This certainly makes many developers keep their distance and play it safe by focusing on more lucrative platforms, which aggravates the problem even further. (source: EngadgetMobile)


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