Wednesday´s News Bits

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Wednesday´s News Bits
  • It seems we are about to see a PC version of the The Missing Sync app, originally developed for the Palm Pre. It has been exclusively available to Mac users ever since its appeared, but recently released developer documentation reveals versions for Windows XP and Vista are in the final stages of development, with in-house beta testing under way at the moment. (source:  markspace via mypre)


  • As of today, the QWERTY smartphone HTC Touch Pro2 is available for purchase from T-Mobile. In case you´re craving to get one, you will have to fork out $349 and go for a SmartPhone Data plan. (source: T-Mobile)

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  • New pictures of the Sony Ericsson Jolou have appeared on the Internet. The device has almost the same name as the dainty clamshell Jalou, but the differences between them are far greater than just a single letter. The Jolou comes in a classic candybar form factor, runs Symbian S60 5th Edition and sports a 3-inch touch sensitive screen, 5-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi and GPS. We still don´t know whether the Jolou is a real Sony Ericsson device or the pictures have been... well, faked. (source: HDblog )



  • RIM´s Vice President of Accessories, Antoine Boucher has confirmed the existence of the BlackBerry handsfree codenamed Alpha 1 at the WES conference. BlackBerryOS also reports the device will feature noise handling technology and allow voice control, listening to music and certainly, calling other people . The rumor has it that a Bluetooth watch is under development as well and it will notify users of received emails, BlackBerry Messenger alerts, text messages, new Tweets and Facebook updates. (source: BlackBerryOS forums)


  • Duke Nukem 3D for the iPhone is finally out! Yes people, you got this right, the PC classics has been released and about to take over your "apple". To get yourself a copy, just visit App Store and download it, the apps is just $2.99. (source: macrumors)



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2 Comments

1. VSS_55

Posts: 43; Member since: Jul 05, 2009

eh, whats the point to having the phone at all if the watch needs it? I'll wait for a regular inexpensive watch phone.

2. MTLance unregistered

ROFL every company is watch phone craze right now.

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