Tuesday´s News Bits
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- Application for Android helps you to find where you parked your car more easily. 3DCoche is a piece of software that utilzes augmented reality and relevant directions on how to find the tricky spot where you ´ve left your car appear directly on the camera view-finder. The price of the full version is $0.69, but the free trial is fully functional and can be used five times. (source: 101BestAndroidApps)
- Dazzboard is an Internet-based application to control your Android handset. It allows people to browse and manage installed programs, pictures, audio tracks etc. The creators of Dazzboard compare the program to the iTunes, because it offers the same functionality as the Apple-made software. (source: AndroidAndMe)
- Nokia releases software updates for the E72 and N86 8MP. They don´t bring along any major changes really, but it´s advisable that you get them, since they probably improve the operational stability of the handsets and fix certain bugs. (source: Nokia Mobile Blog, Symbian-Freak)
- Sprint now offers black Motorola Clutch i465. You can get the iDEN handset equipped with QWERTY keyboard for $89.99 in case you´re willing to sign up for a two-year agreement and after $50 mail-in rebate. (via PhoneNews)