Wednesday's News Bits

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Wednesday's News Bits
  • Cydia is now available to iPad owners. Unfortunately, you would need a jail-broken tablet in order to take advantage of the unofficial application store, but still, it's amazing how fast hackers respond to challenges. (source: RedmondPie)

  • South Koreans are disallowed to download games from the Android Market. The legislation of the country requires that all games be approved by a state regulatory board. Apparently, this cannot be currently implemented, at least in the particular case of an open-source operating system like Android, so Google has no choice but to remove the entire game section of the store. Still, let's not forget that South Korea has been known for the extremely high percentage of kids that are heavily addicted to computer games. (source: Erictric)

  • The LG GX500 is yet another dual-SIM handset. The device that will be exclusively distributed in Russia offers more high-tech features than the other dual-SIM cell phones on the market today, including 3-inch WQVGA screen, 3-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi and Opera Mini 5 browser. (source: LG)


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