Tuesday´s News Bits

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Tuesday´s News Bits
  • The Samsung A687 has passed FCC. The rumor has it this is a handset for AT&T, equipped with QWERTY keyboard and expected to hit the shelves at the end of 2009 or the beginning of 2010. (source: FCC, АТ&Т Forum)

  • Beta version of the email client SEVEN is now available to owners of Android handsets. One of the major advantages of the application is that it delivers push notification compatible with various service providers. Moreover, you will have nice extra features, say ou can set preferred time to receive alerts etc. (source: Download Squad)

  • Having rolled out for the iPhone and Android platforms, Spotify now runs on Symbian handsets as well. The program allows access to millions of audio tracks that can be listened to over the Internet. The Premium version (read "paid") permits users to save tracks on their devices and play them later, even if not online. Check whether your phone is compatible with it at m.spotify.com. (source: Spotify)

  • Improved version of Google News for the iPhone, Android and webOS devices is now available. The news section of the search engine now looks much more similar to what you can see on your computer screen. To take advantage of the new version, just open news.google.com in your device browser. (source: Google Mobile Blog)

  • Driver, game with almost religious popularity is coming to the iPhone. It´s expected to roll out next month and according to our source, it retains all distinguishing features of its computer-based sibling. (source: TechEBlog)


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