Wednesday's News Bits
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- Applications by Offscreen Technologies take over Ovi Store. The company has managed to hit the 25mln download mark with programs like Level Touch, Bright Light Touch and Labyrinth Lite Touch. It seems the secret behind the indisputable success is none other, but... appealing interface. (source: Nokia Conversations)
- iPhone clone runs Android. The Miphone A3 comes with the overall design of Apple's famous device, but is based on Google's operating system instead. We wonder if that's the only way to get the best of both worlds. (source: ClonedInChina)
- The mysterious LG GD970 gets its Wi-Fi certificate. Judging by its name, the handset will probably be a high-end designer model, although the manufacturer has not provided any details yet. We hope we get to see a picture or two and soon. (source: Wi-Fi Alliance (PDF))
- Versions of FarmVille for the iPhone and Android are about to roll out? Probably the most popular web game today might soon grace the screens of handsets based on said platforms, but there are still no further details on the possible release date. Well, it's cold comfort really, but you can always go weed out your field until waiting for more information. (source: Phones Review)