Mobile Tech News — Opera Mini for Android, Half Off IM+ for BlackBerry, RSS Feed

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Opera Mini Already Available for Android 

Opera Software has released a technical preview of its Opera Mini web browser for smartphones running the Android operating system.

Naturally, this can’t be a regular release, as devices running Android won’t be on the market until later this year. Still, the company invites the Android development community to test this early version and share feedback with Opera for the forthcoming beta.

For more information or to download the Opera Mini for Android technical preview, visit:

Get IM+ for BlackBerry for Half Off

For one day only, Shape Services has agreed to offer a discount on IM+ for Blackberry.  This application supports simultaneous connection to all leading public instant messaging services, including ICQ, AIM, MSN, Jabber, Yahoo, GoogleTalk, and MySpaceIM.

It normally retails for $49.95 but for today only, Friday, April 11, it’s available $24.95. It can be purchased at this price now at the Brighthand Store.

Don’t Forget About Brighthand’s RSS Feed

Brighthand offers an RSS feed with links to its recent news stories, reviews, and editorials. This provides links to the fifteen recent articles, plus a brief description of each one.

It can be found at:

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a way of displaying links to news articles. It is used by most online publications.  An RSS reader is necessary in order to view the contents of these feeds, and these are available for virtually all mobile platforms.




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