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Marvel vs Capcom 2 Hitting The PS3 and Xbox 360 This Summer

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Ahh yes, the rumours were true. The countdown is finished and Marvel vs Capcom 2 will indeed be relaunching. It will be coming to Xbox Live Arcade and PSN this summer. The aforementioned game will also have online play, so it's bound to get people excited. Playstation 3 owners should be expecting a demo this week - could be on Thursday because of the usual update schedule. You can visit the Capcom Unity website for a sneak peek or take a look at the video below if you please.


Firefox 3.0.10 On The Way; Firefox 3.5 Will Have Undo Closed Window Button

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It's been only 6 days since Firefox 3.0.9 came out and it looks like Mozilla is already working on Firefox 3.0.10. Apparently, Firefox 3.0.9 has actually been a little bit slower than its previous versions and that is something that Mozilla is currently trying to fix. Firefox 3.0.10 will bring back the good ol' speed and will also plug a couple of security holes.

Firefox 3.5 Beta 4 reportedly has a new "Recently Closed Windows entry in the History menu that will allow you to restore accidentally closed windows." This is definitely good news, since the undo closed tab option is a life-saver for me. On a side note, Opera and Google Chrome already have this feature; Internet Explorer 8, on the other hand, is terrible.

[Beta News (Firefox 3.0.10), Lifehacker (Firefox 3.5)]

HTC Magic Now On Sale In Spain

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Yes, that's right. Vodafone Spain have just announced that the HTC Magic is on sale starting this morning. The HTC Magic in Spain will not be free, like UK's version. Instead the price of the HTC Magic will range from €19 ($25 USD) to €199 ($262 USD). Fortunately, Vodafone Spain have the "all-you-can-eat data" plan for just €12 ($16 USD) per month, but it will be mandatory for all buyers. The HTC Magic's specs have not changed and don't forget that it's the second Android phone to be available to-date. To re-cap, the HTC Magic has a 3.2-inch touchscreen with a QVGA resolution, HSPA connectivity, WiFi, and Bluetooth 2.0 - don't forget about the chin.

[Slash Gear]

Samsung's First Android Phone In June; The I7500

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The phone you see here is Samsung's first Android phone that will be hitting Europe this June. The specs are as follows: a 3.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen, 8GB of internal memory, a microSD slot (up to 32GB support), GPS, WiFi, 5MP camera with autofocus and an LED flash, Bluetooth 2.0, USB 2.0 connectivity, a standard 3.5mm headphone jack, and it's also HSDPA capable. Personally, I don't like the way the phone looks and I'm also extremely disappointed that this Android phone doesn't have a QWERTY keyboard. The good thing is that it will of course be launching with Cupcake.

[Mobile Crunch]