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Nexus S Launch Date Pushed Back to December 22nd

google-nexus-s_thumb All those people who wanted to get their hands on Gingerbread and the Nexus S will have to wait another couple of days as the Carphone Warehouse has pushed back the release date of the latest Google handset to December 22nd. And on December 22nd, the phone will be only available at “key stores,” so as you would expect online orders are encouraged with the promise of “instant ship delivery.” Pre-orders will probably get their handsets on Wednesday also..

The Carphone Warehouse has also confirmed the price drop of the Nexus S of £120 to £429.99.

 

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Vodafones HTC Wildfire Gets Froyo

htc-wildfire3vsformatbrown20100512Rejoice Vodafone Wildfire users, you are getting some Froyo goodness this morning! The update brings support for USB tethering, possibility of installing applications to SD card (if supported by the application), native support for Activesync Exchange (email, contacts and calendar sync) and security policies, an enhanced Camera application, enhanced Bluetooth support, speed and stability improvements, multiple keyboard languages and WiFi Hotspot tethering. However, the update does not bring live wallpapers or Flash support in the browser because of “Hardware Limitations.” Vodafone’s words, not mine.

It’s not Gingerbread but still a good update for all Wildfire owners on the Vodafone network and if you are go press those update buttons!

 

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Chat for Facebook Pro – BlackBerry Application

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Chat for Facebook Pro is a new BlackBerry app that has recently appeared in BlackBerry App World. Like the title suggests the app will allow you to use Facebook chat from your BlackBerry. This app is not the first to so this as many of the integrated instant messaging apps such as Trillian, Nimbuzz and IM+ offer the same, but where this one is quite nice is that the interface is very much like Facebook and at 79 pence it wont break the bank meaning you can always be in touch with your Facebook friends while out and about.

See some screen shots after the break:

 

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