Tuesday´s News Bits

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Tuesday´s News Bits
  • The Chinese-made Access CPhone will be running personalized version of Android and its interface looks pretty joyful and cool indeed, as if right out of a cartoon movie. Unfortunately, the device that sports a 3.5-inch display and digital TV-receiver will most probably never make it outside of China. (source: AllAboutPhones)

  • The Samsung I8320 and I6410 are actually Linux-based handsets. Can these be one of the first devices by Samsung running the new and still unknown manufacturer´s own operating system? The Samsung I8320 will come with a WVGA resolution screen, 600MHz processor and Opera 9.6. The I6410 is equipped with a lower-spec WQVGA display, but faster, 800MHz processor. Well, that´s pretty much everything that the UA profiles of the cell phones reveal. (source: TechTicker)

  • The future of the newspaper industry lies with smartphones. According to a recent survey by ABC (Audit Bureau of Circulations), 56% of all major newspaper and magazine publishers are intent on releasing their own smartphone applications within 24 months. (source: FierceMobileContent)

  • SendStation PocketDock allows you to charge your iPhone via miniUSB cable. Moreover, the accessory comes with a 3.5mm line-out, so you can relish better sound if you connect the handset to a home stereo or DJ equipment. The PocketDock can be had at the reasonable price of $29.95. (source: iSmashPhone)


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