Wednesday´s News Bits

Wednesday´s News Bits
  • Ulysee Nardin Chairman joints the Android army. The manufacturer has officially announced that the unique „handset with wristwatch DNA” that was to have rolled our running Windows Mobile is pulling up stakes and joining the growing Android army instead. (via UnwiredView)

  • Palm lifts the ban that prevents Europeans, Canadians and Mexicans from accessing the paid applications section of App Catalog at the end of this month. It seems owners of the Palm Pre and Pixi living in these regions will have an extra reason for celebration pretty soon, on March 31. (source: PreCentral)

  • 100 text messages a day might give you the carpal tunnel syndrome. At least this is what happened to a 16 year old girl, who just keeps on writing about 2,000 messages per month, despite the fact this is what caused the extremely painful condition affecting her wrists. (source: SlashGear)

  • Qualcomm intends to integrate Opera Mobile 10 and Opera Mini 5 in its Brew MP operating system. Both companies have revealed their plans at the still ongoing CTIA 2010, although neither of them mentioned a release date, so it´s still anyone´s guess when the first products with the software are to hit the shelves. (source: Opera)



1. crappypunk

Posts: 131; Member since: Aug 15, 2009

the girl texting should get swype! It makes my penis smile!

2. Kiltlifter

Posts: 742; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

I wonder if writing opera mini 5 and opera 10 into BREW has to do with HTC wanted to make BREW based handsets running their sense UI. Either way that gives more people the ability to have a better browsing experience. AT&T and T-Mo and Sprint can use opera mini on their feature phones, maybe now some vzw users can share in the experience.

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