Newsbrief by Dan Seifert on Wednesday July 04, 2012.
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Despite the fact that Nokia has decided to abandon future development on its MeeGo platform, that hasn't stopped the company from continuing to improve the version of the software that is found on the N9 smartphone. The latest update for the device, which is rolling out to users now, bumps the software version up to PR1.3 and includes over 1,000 supposed improvements. Nokia says that the fixes included apply to the email app, Facebook, Twitter. Network connectivity is also said to be improved with the update. Users can download the 203MB update directly to their N9 handsets over-the-air once it is made available to them.source: Nokia, via: Engadget