Tuesday´s News Bits

Tuesday´s News Bits
  • The Nokia N97 gets a software update. Version 2.0 adds kinetic scrolling and fixes many bugs of the current software version. We do recommend that all N97 owners get their devices updated, the pack is available via the source link: Nokia

  • NASA has released own app for the iPhone. The program provides interesting information and facts about the outer space as well as news relating to various research projects and missions of the agency. The app is completely free. (via: GadgetCrave)

  • App for the iPhone allows people to go shopping on Amazon. The application offers an interesting extra feature that, at this time, works with books only. Take a picture of a book using your phone and it will get automatically compared to the content in Amazon´s database, meaning there is a fair chance the book will be recognized. This is a great feature that we hope will soon work with other products available online. (source: Cellular-News)

  • Orange is about to start selling the iPhone 3GS in the UK. Orange will be the second UK carrier to offer the cell phone that is still exclusively available through O2. Apple´s iPhone 3GS is expected to hit the shelves through Orange before Christmas. (source: IntoMobile)

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