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– Telegraph.co.uk: The news site has updated its Android app to add video. First of the paper’s vidcasts to be pushed over T-Mobile’s G1 is…

imageTelegraph.co.uk: The news site has updated its Android app to add video. First of the paper’s vidcasts to be pushed over T-Mobile’s G1 is finance roundup Business Bullet. The video only uses half of the screen and doesn’t work in landscape mode, however. Cisco (NSDQ: CSCO) has extended its sponsorship of the regular Business Bullet to the platform.

BBC: Nokia (NYSE: NOK) has added the World Service to its excellent Nokia Internet Radio app, which streams internet radio stations from around the world over mobile network or WiFi. In fact, three versions – English BBC World Service and the 24-hour rolling news service in English and BBC Arabic are being added to the service. Via Media Network.

The Sun: After its Mirror rival’s recent mobile relaunch, News International is retooling The Sun’s lofi mobile website, along with upcoming relaunches for News Of The World and Times Online. New features let users rate stories, and the offering is now more colourful. Via MediaWeek.

  1. LOve the t-mobile G1 purely for the android os system. All software should be open source.

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