Wednesday´s News Bits

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Wednesday´s News Bits
  • Bubbly manages to convince over 500,000 subscribers to sign up for the service. Actually, it´s pretty similar to Twitter, although the service is not based on ordinary text tweets, but voice messages that can be listened to by various people. It´s interesting to note that Bubbly is usable on any cell phone, no matter the particular make and platform. (source: VentureBeat)

  • Official IMDb application for the iPhone has been released. It provides access to the world´s most comprehensive online library for movies and actors. Moreover, you can search for information without having to open your cell phone browser and it´s cool the application offers easy, user-friendly navigation. (source: MobileAddicts)

  • The mobile webpage of YouTube now features paid ads. This is good news for everyone willing to spend cash on advertising their business, since companies are now able to take advantage of a brand new medium to convey messages to a wide audience. (source: Google Blog)

  • Ice Hockey Nations 2010 is a really promising sports game for the iPhone. It will deliver interaction based on real-world physics and a comprehensive set of rules, plus you will be able to take your pick from 14 teams. The title is coming to the App Store really soon. (source: PDA-247)



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