Tuesday´s News Bits

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Tuesday´s News Bits
  • Sprint continues to expand its 4G network. Congrats to all residents of Chicago, Charlotte, Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Greensboro, Winston-Salem and several other places across the country, who are now able to enjoy high-speed connectivity. (source: Sprint)


  • TAG Heuer Meridiist Automobili Lamborghini - a new temptation for the rich. The luxurious handset has obviously been inspired by the famous Lamborghini Murcielago. The device comes with less spectacular specifications, but its body is made of stainless steel and covered with titanium carbide. The manufacturer plans to roll out exactly 1,963 units of the new handsets to commemorate the year when Lamborghini was established, although the price still remains unknown. (via: EngadgetMobile)


  • Command & Conquer Red Alert attacks the iPhone. The game is based on the classic strategy that was released back in 1996, features two opposing factions and comes with several battle units. At this time it only offers single players games, although its creators promise to release a multiplayer add-on and expansion that will add a new faction. The price of the application is $10. (source: AppAdvice)


  • The mobile version of Firefox got showcased on the Nokia N900. A video introducing the browser, also known as the Fennec edition, can be found via the source link: DailyMobile


  • Vodafone releases application for the BlackBerry platform that allows users to control their social network accounts. The program works with Twitter and Facebook and you can update your status, reply to messages etc. It´s compatible with the Curve 8900, Tour, Storm as well as the Bold 9000 and 9700. (source: BlackBerryOS)


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