Tuesday´s News Bits

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Tuesday´s News Bits
  • The Robot is a Chinese, Android-based „super” handset. The device is equipped with 2.8-inch display, 400MHz processor, Wi-Fi and 2GB microSD expansion card. The manufacturer calls it a „super phone” (probably trying to come up with something memorable that reminds of the Nexus One), although given the hardware specifications, the nickname is right-down ridiculous. (via EngadgetMobile)

  • You can now give the beta version of BerryWeather a go. In case you need an application that provides tons of information about weather conditions, you can download and try out this one, it´s available here. (source: BerryReporter)

  • Vodafone customers love buying audio tracks from the online store of the carrier. More than 450,000 people have already taken advantage of the service, which turns the website into the most popular marketplace for online music across Europe. (source: Vodafone)

  • Runes for the Android is now available for testing. This is an MMORPG title that offers interesting tree of spells and decent graphics. You can sign up as a beta tester via the source link: Runes


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