Wednesday´s News BitsThis article contains unofficial information.
- The Acer Liquid A1 heads for the stores at the end of November. The information comes from Clove and they tend to be in the right quite often. The online store will offer Acer´s Android handset for $520. (source: Clove)
- Bump is now available to Android users. The application makes the process of transferring files and information between devices quite amusing – you actually do it by clashing two handsets. The cool thing is the program now works with an iPhone and Android cell phone pair. (source: Android Guys)
- Yahoo Go shuts down operations at the beginning of 2010. This, however, doesn´t mean that Yahoo is giving up on the development of smartphone applications, because the plans of the company include programs for platforms like Android and iPhone. (source: mocoNews)
- The Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 is not getting an update to Windows Mobile 6.5. Bad news for all owners of Sony Ericsson´s first WM phone - the company has just confirmed that the Xperia X1 will not be updated to the latest version of the operating system. (via: SlashGear)
- Simple Mobile - a new, US-based virtual carrier. The company will utilize GSM networks and offer plans with unlimited calls, messages and internet allowance for $50 a month. More information can be found via the source link. Simple Mobile via Phonescoop