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Monthly Archives: August 2009

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  • There's an iPhone app out there for everything--finding a restaurant, amusing yourself on a long bus ride, pretending you're a Jedi complete with lightsaber. But few of us ever think that one app could mean the difference between life and death. Here's a list of apps that will take you from accident waiting to happen to survivor extraordinaire. So pick up an iPhone 3GS and prepare to be saved.


    Here it goes:


    1. Emergency Preparedness ChecklistEmergency - Checklist

    As the saying goes, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” The Emergency Preparedness Checklist is a 59-point checklist that helps you prepare for any kind of emergency. Get advice on how to create an emergency plan, what disaster supplies you can’t do without and important steps you need to take in the event of an evacuation.


    2. iSurvive Wilderness Support

    Emergency - Wilderness
    You’re lost in the woods and don’t know what to do. Don’t panic. iSurvive contains all of the information essential to your survival. In easy to understand language and detailed diagrams, this app will tell you how to tie knots, construct a shelter, set a snare and so much more.


    3. Emergency Radio

    Emergency - Radio
    No one can predict when disaster will strike, but you can give yourself a head start if it does. Emergency radio lets you locate nearby frequencies, listen to police chatter and keeps you abreast of what’s really going on in case of calamity.


    4. Pocket First Aid & CPR Guide

    Emergency - CPR
    Heart attack? Choking? No problem. Pocket First Aid & CPR Guide is an extensive and easy to follow guide to life saving procedures. It has videos to teach you how to provide first aid, creates detailed medical profiles and contains up-to-date information from the American Heart Association.


    5. iSOS – GPS emergency locator

    Emergency - SOS(2)


    You’ve just gotten into a car accident and you or someone else is seriously injured. What do you do? Use iSOS. This application reports your position to the police, medical services, family or friends and whoever else you program it to contact. After activation an e-mail is automatically sent with data you’ve included—name, age, document number, mobile number—as well as a link to Google Maps with your GPS position.


    6. Airstrip OB

    Emergency - Dr


    Airstrip is designed for doctors not patients, but it could still save your life one day. Developed specifically for Obstetricians and those involved with childbirth. It allows your doctor to track your vitals on the go and can send notices in the event of an emergency like cardiac arrest.


    7. Diabetes Log

    Emergency - Dibetes(2)


    This application allows you to track glucose readings, food intake and medicine records; a must for any diabetic. Diabetes log lets you export records over CVS or e-mail and select the span of the records you want to view. The creators hope to soon include a function that lets you edit medication types and record classifications.


    8. Pillbox

    Emergency - Pillbox(2)


    This app was created by the Community Health Network and allows you to keep track of your and your family’s medication list. It links all of your listed medications to an information database, lets you keep separate lists for each family member and stores a list of physicians associated with each profile.


    9. PEPID

    Emergency - Toxic


    This application is a comprehensive and free toxicology resource. It allows you to spot poisonous plants, track dangerous drug interactions and includes a guide on how to identify and manage any toxicology emergency; everything from inhaled gases and occupational poisonings to drug abuses and medication overdoses. It’s great for the expert and layperson.


    10. Smart-ICE

    Emergency - ICE


    Designed by an EMS Director with over 30 years experience in emergency response, this program contains everything first responders and emergency room staff need to know to treat you effectively should you become incapacitated. A database of Allergies, medical history, emergency contacts and your express wishes will be at the fingertips of those people trying to save your life.


    11. Escape Call

    Emergency - Escape


    Okay, so maybe a bad date or a lame party isn’t exactly a life or death situation, but Escape Call can definitely stop you from wishing you were dead. In the past you had to rely on a trusted and loyal friend to call you mid-date to give you a polite excuse to flee the scene of the disaster. No more. Escape Call features ringing and call in progress screens that use names and photos from your phone’s address book. Because life is to short for stilted conversations.


    So next time you're stuck in a life-threatening or just plain uncomfortable situation, whip out your iPhone and grab a hold of that app life line. And if you don't have an iPhone 3GS, maybe you can win one.



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  • Introducing the Microsoft Fune
    Posted on August 27, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    So Microsoft has decided to get into the cell phone market.  They have come out with the Fune.  It runs on Vista and uses AOL to connect to the internet.


    No release date has been set and no specs have been given but everyone is waiting eagerly since companies like Apple and Google have released cell phones in the past year.  It was only a matter of time for Microsoft to get into the game


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    *if you haven't figured it out yet this is a fake video, but it's really funny and worth a watch



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  • PureMobile's iPhone 3GS Giveaway
    Posted on August 21, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    Have you ever wanted to own an Apple iPhone 3GS 16GB Unlocked? Has buying an iPhone 3Gs been hard to justify in these hard economic?  Well www.PureMobile.com has just given you an opportunity to get your very own iPhone.


    We, at PureMobile, have started a contest that will run until September 15th and the prize will be a Apple iPhone 3GS16GB Unlocked.  It will be either White or Black, but we will leave the colour choice up to the customer.


    The rules are actually simple.  You don't have to buy anything.  All you have to do is follow us on Twitter and post one (1) tweet use PureMobile.com in the tweet and you'll be entered into the draw.  The other way to enter is to become a fan on Facebook  and post one message about Puremobile.com.  Either way you get entered into the draw for an Apple iPhone 3GS 16GB unlocked.


    So what are you waiting for.  For full contest details check out here.


    Apple iPhone 3GS Giveaway



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  • Robin Williams Take on Tech
    Posted on August 19, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    So last week Robin Williams was on Conan O'Brian.  Conan started asking him about what he thought about technology and Robin Williams ran with it.


    He talked about online gaming, facebook, twitter and myspace.  He even makes a mention about Blackberry's which he referred to as crackberry's.


    This is a must watch for anyone.  Caution though it is on late night TV.


    [vimeo]http://vimeo.com/6170563[/vimeo]

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  • Blackberry 9700 On T-Mobile
    Posted on August 11, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    So CrackBerry.com a Blackberry 9700 while at an airport.  The most interesting thing was that it was T-Mobile branded.  It looks like it's going to be a nice phone.  Many people think this was the Blackberry 9020 Onyx that was seen a few months.  The Blackberry 9700 looks similar and has the leather backing like the Onyx and Bold do.  The 9700 also has 3G and WiFi.


    From the previous specs on the Blackberry 9020 Onyx it does seem like this might actually be the first fully featured Blackberry.  One where nothing is missing.  Usually RIM forgets some feature or lowers it in every Blackberry but the new Blackberry 9700 seems to finally be fully featured.


    Like crackberry said.. If you haven't upgraded to the new Blackberry 8520 and your budget allows it then you might want to wait a bit and get teh new Blackberry 9700.




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  • Iowa 911 Accepting Texts
    Posted on August 7, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    Here's one for the keeping up with the times file.  It seems that Black Hawk County, Iowa's 911 service will now be accepting text messages for emergency calls.  This comes from MobileCrunch.com.


    As is said in the article this seems like a great idea at first but you have to remember there are several issues.


    It's only one place for now.  Until this is rolled out on a large scale a small county in Iowa will likely only benefit the residents.  I mean don't start texting 911 from your phone you might be sorry when no one shows up to help.


    Time counts.  Texts are nice but it can take forever to reply if you don't have someone that is quick on either end.  How many times have you sent a text from your mobile phone and it takes 10+ minutes to get a response from someone.  The operator might be quick but trying to get your location might not be as fast.


    Texts aren't dependable.  This is true.  Everyone has sent one, or more, texts that just seemed to disappear into the void of cell phone nothingness.  If you get into a car accident or fall down a cliff not getting a response might lead to disaster.


    Find you.  It's hard enough to trace the cell phone as it is now can you imagine text messages.  If the person sends a text but doesnt' say their location and then goes unconscience tracing the exact place this person is might be impossible and that means critical minutes lost.


    So althought at first this seems great, and with much improvement it could be great, it does seem like for now this is just a very early adopter.  We hope to see more progress like this with cell phones in the future.  With more people having phones every day and even more people droping their landlines in favor of a cell phone new methods will be happening all the time, but for now we suggest that you stick to dialing 911 in all cases and speaking to a live person so you know you are safe.


    Also if we havne't stressed it enough if you are on a cell and in trouble or trying to help someone in trouble please make sure to tell the operator as exact a location to find you as possible so that in time critical situations they can make every moment count.


    Officer On Cell



    This post was posted in General and was tagged with Featured, Emergency Calls, Cell Phone

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  • iPhone Hack Update
    Posted on August 3, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    So on Friday Apple released an update to the iPhone that patched the exploit/hack we talked about the other day that would let someone gain access to your phone and send messages and control more iPhones.  This exploit was for all iPhones, from the original to the iPhone 3G to the iPhone 3Gs.


    If you haven't already done so upgrade to the new 3.01 version of the iPhone software so you can avoid becoming a victim of this exploit.


    If you have been waiting to upgrade because you are afraid your iPhone will get re-locked don't worry.  According to BoyGenius Reports.com it looks like new unlocking software has been released.


    Happy iPhone



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