Wednesday´s News Bits

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Wednesday´s News Bits
  • 20 tube stops in Washington DC to get cell phone coverage. This is what Suzanne Peck, Metro’s Chief Information Officer has announced. The expansion of the network coverage to the other 27 stops will be implemented by the carriers themselves and is to be finalized by the next fall. Coverage in between tube stops will become a fact by 2012. (source: IntoMobile)


  • FCC has confirmed the Huawei U8220 is the T-Mobile Pulse indeed. We have already told you about the handset that´s expected to run Android and feature 3.5-inch screen, 3-megapixel camera and Wi-Fi. FCC has not confirmed anything yet, but at least we know know the cell phone will become available through T-Mobile. We are looking forward to the official announcement. (via: UnwiredView)


  • The official Wikipedia app for the iPhone has rolled out. The largest, free encyclopedia is accessible directly from the screen of the popular handset. You can download the app from App Store. Of course, it´s completely free of charge. (via: Daily Mobile)


  • Shazam  for Symbian trial period extended to 30 November. The app that is quite good at recognizing music samples and can be purchased and downloaded from Nokia Music Store is now available on Ovi Store as well. Hurry and take advantage of the longer trial period. (via: Nokia Conversations)


  • An odd concept – a cell phone that changes its display to reflect the weather condition. WINDOW Phone reflects the current weather by changing the outlook of its translucent body. But that´s not all, if you want to take advantage of the integrated handwriting recognition you need to fog up its display with your breath. Take a look at the pictures! (source: Concept Phones)


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4 Comments

1. Slayor721

Posts: 43; Member since: Dec 27, 2008

lol she said Ho. and this phone looks cool. but it looks like it would break easily.

2. Phullofphil

Posts: 1763; Member since: Feb 10, 2009

So fake its funny. I can run a piece of glass thats been printed on under water too. Or bring it into the shower. That water was to real and it made it hard to read. Good thought though. Wheres the battery

4. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

wheres all the electronic ***. n rainy/snowy day modes make it hard as hell to read. and hell yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!! T-mo PULSE. looks like iphone but it kills!!!!!

3. Phullofphil

Posts: 1763; Member since: Feb 10, 2009

A computer screen now there your talking cool. That would garrantee not only break but severley cut you. It could be just the concept for the screen though cause thats prob 30 years away with the powerer just apearing from some powere source.

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