Tuesday´s News Bits

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Tuesday´s News Bits
The GIGA-BYTE GSmart S1200 gets Opera Mobile 9.5 compatibility. This is a really great update for owners of the Windows phone, since the built-in NetFront browser is, frankly, mediocre, while the Internet Explorer is still fighting to catch up with today´s standards. (source: Opera)

All members of the German government will be provided with super secure handsets. Deutsche Telekom has already assigned the project to a dedicated team that is expected to come up with a cell phone that offers better security than any BlackBerry device today. (source: Engadget)

Apple decides to put extra efforts on maps for the iPhone. The Cupertino-based company has gathered a team to develop a new generation of navigational software that will change the way people use their devices for navigation. (source: MacRumors)

The Samsung Jet S8000 rolls out in mystic purple...whatever that means. However, it seems the... erm, mystical color solution will be only available to customers in Hong-Kong. The price of the handset is still a mystery. (source: UnwiredView)


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