Tuesday´s News Bits

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Tuesday´s News Bits
  • The Vertu Ascent X gets approved by FCC. This means the handset can be sold throughout the US, although it will probably hit the shelves across Europe first. This particular model has not been officially announced yet, so it´s interesting to know whether or not the cell phone brings improvements to Vertu´s most technologically advanced range. (source: FCC)

  • UK customers will be able to watch Eurosport on the iPhone. Of course, anyone willing to sign up will have to pay a monthly fee in order to take advantage of the service and the dedicated Eurosport application, although eager sports fans would probably find the overall package pretty appealing. (source: mocoNews)

  • Application for the iPhone allows you to rent a tux. Tuxedo shows you the closest, authorized tuxedo dealers and what colors you can rent one in (allegedly, the full range is available). Now, we expect to see a program for wedding dress rentals. (source: PR NewsWire)

  • You will be able to play Rayman for the iPhone quite soon. The versions of the arcade game for PC and various consoles are quite popular indeed and the upcoming edition will join the long list of classic titles available at the App Store. (source: TouchArcade)


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