Wednesday´s News Bits

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Wednesday´s News Bits
  • $5.6mln. has been invested in Swype to date. The list of investors include Nokia and Samsung - apparently both companies believe in the bright future of the interesting text entry method. As of now, Swype is only available on the American version of the Samsung Omnia II, offered by Verizon. (source: MobileBurn)

  • Ovi Store hits a million downloads per day? At least that´s what a high-ranking executive of the company claims. The official has also revealed that a new version of the online application store is just around the corner and will be released in the spring of 2010. (source: ME)

  • New pictures dedicated to a visual comparison of the RIM BlackBerry Pearl 9100 and 8100 have appeared. In our opinion, the new version looks much sexier. What do you think? (source: CrackBerry)

  • N.O.V.A. rolls out at the App Store tomorrow. The 3D action title for the iPhone is quite similar to the PC game Halo and will come with detailed graphics and a number of missions, available in not only single, but multiplayer mode of up to 4 people. (source: AppAdvice)


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