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Byline: Jon Perks

Vodafone BlackBerry offer Ten free music tracks every month for six months is the offer for new Vodafone BlackBerry customers.

Vodafone UK and RIM have teamed up to offer new BlackBerry customers an exclusive version of the Vodafone Music 10 Track Pack.

Buy a new BlackBerry Bold, Curve or Torch (the white model exclusive to Vodafone) before the end of the month and you can download ten free tunes every month for half a year.All songs can be played on PC, Mac and your BlackBerry itself.

Go to http://vodafone.co.uk/ bbmusic for more information TomTom for iPhone pounds 49.99-pounds 52.99 Version 1.8 of the navigation app has a brand new multistop feature, so you can add up to five stop-off points when planning a long journey - be it to fill up with petrol, pick up or drop off someone or take what the Americans euphemistically call a ''comfort break''.

The app has the latest version of maps and the TomTom fixed speed camera database so you can stay safe and avoid fines.

Available via the App Store for iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G and iPod Touch.

Leica M9-P pounds 5,395 incl VAT There are serious photographers and then there are Leica owners.

The German camera maker has just unveiled a new version of the Leica M9-P, the world's smallest, full-frame digital system camera.

Available in classic silver chrome or subtle black paint finish, it offers fullframe, 18 megapixel 24x36mm sensor (35mm format), sophisticated image processing and robust construction, with a scratchresistant, sapphire crystal covering on the LCD screen.

The exterior is finished in vulcanite leatherette (whatever that is), while the famous red dot logo and M9 lettering have been removed to give it even more of a minimalist look.

The rangefinder frames precisely the shot the photographer sees, while allowing a clear view of the scene outside the viewfinder frame, so you can always capture the right moment.

Available from authorised Leica dealers (see www.leica-camera.co.uk), the Leica M9-P is a wallet crunching pounds 5,395 inc VAT.

But then you always knew it wouldn't come cheap...
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Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Jun 30, 2011
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